Oisín Gregorian is 21, and is a student and a freelance sports journalist/blogger. Supporting Leinster since age 10, when schoolboy tickets cost less than ?7! He'd like to name the blog, "Lions lair" and his best rugby moment is the sail-rail to Cardiff for the 2011 H Cup Final with a mate of his.
Jacqueline is 23 years old and an Ulster Rugby supporter. She's been attending various matches at Ravenhill for over a decade, and has been a season ticket holder for the last few years. Her best rugby moment so far has to be cheering on her team at Twickenham last season.
Mi chiamo Simone Sirtori, vivo vicino a Milano ed ho 22 anni. Sono venuto a conoscenza del rugby grazie ad un professore del liceo, ex giocatore, che aveva allestito una squadra di rugby della scuola. Da quel momento mi sono appassionato a questo gioco, ed attualmente gioco come trequarti centro/ala nel Rugby Parabiago. La mia passione per il rugby mi ha portato tre anni fa ad aprire un blog sugli Aironi Rugby (www.aironirugby.wordpress.com) per condividere questa passione con altri tifosi. La partita che mi ha emozionato di più è stata la vittoria del Benetton Treviso in casa contro Leinster alla sua prima stagione nel RaboDirect PRO12.
Catherine went to her first Ulster game in 2002 and was an instant convert. She loves the atmosphere at Ravenhill but her best Ulster moment is David Humphrey's last minute drop goal in Swansea to win the competition in 2006 - the best moment of her sporting life!
Jeff Pagano has been a rugby fan all his life and started his blog HarpinOnRugby, with reports on all Leinster's matches, in August 2008. His favourite all-time rugby moment was Leinster's first Heineken Cup win in 2009, coming so soon after Ireland's RBS 6 Nations Grand Slam.
A 35 year old Munster nut who got bitten by the Munster bug through the win over Australia in 1992. Semi-retired player and semi-functioning committee member. Apart from the 2006 HC cup win over Biarittz, the 2000 semi-final try against Toulouse is a favourite rugby moment or the Zebo hat-trick in Milton Keynes in 2012. Colliebee.blogspot.com has some musings.
James Davies is 24 years old. He has been a Cardiff RFC fan since he was 7 years old, and has held a Cardiff Blues season ticket since the inception of regional rugby in 2003. He goes to every home match with his Dad, and has been to several away games - most notably, he was at Twickenham in 2009 when the Blues smashed Gloucester in the EDF Cup Final. Cracking game. He runs his own PR agency based in Cardiff, Compass Media Relations, and represents a number of clients' media portfolios and advertising budgets. He regularly posts about rugby and tweets any latest news and stories via his Twitter account. He contributes to Cardiff Blues' unofficial site (thearmspark.co.uk).
Rory Baldwin (33) is the editor of the Scottish Rugby Blog which has been providing coverage of Scottish rugby at all levels since 2007, and has given him too many top rugby moments (on and off the pitch) to mention.
Sono un ragazzo di 21 anni e vivo nella provincia di Como. Ho giocato a rugby per 5 anni e ora alleno in società i ragazzini delle scuole medie. Ho anche fatto la tesina della maturità riguardante esclusivamente.
Patrick Blunt is 18 years old. After finishing college in England this year he moved back to Milan. He has followed Zebre ever since they came into existence but prior to that he was a keen Aironi fan. He also enjoys playing rugby as much as he enjoys watching it and currently plays with a "Serie C" rugby club in Milan.
Siobhan is 25 years old and has followed Llanelli RFC and now the Scarlets for as long as she can remember. She has been writing a blog, Cornelsiobhan, for five months and it focuses mainly on Welsh rugby. Her best away trip in rugby has been Clermont-Ferrand to see the Scarlets compete in the Heineken Cup. There is possibly no better place to watch rugby than the Stade Marcel Michelin.
Kristian is 18, from Newcastle Upon Tyne, huge Ulster fan, been blogging since summer. Best rugby moment was Craig Gilroy's try against Munster to give them a semi-final place in the Heineken Cup. Currently he rambles on for Irish rugby website Harpin on Rugby
Alex Morris is a 21 year old, half-Welsh English graduate of Swansea University and Ospreys supporter. He plays at outside half for his local side. He has supported Wales and Ospreys since he took up rugby at the age of 14, when the school team pinned his hands down to stop him signing up for badminton.
Joey Cullen is a student completing his Ph.D. in experimental physics in Dublin. A long time Ulster Rugby fan but first time blogger, his favourite rugby moment was when Ulster's flanker Stephen Ferris picked up Australian scrum-half Will Genia in the 2011 Rugby World Cup and carried him (and the ball) like a rag doll back into the Wallabies' 22.
From the age of 6 to 34 he slogged over rugby fields across Europe and Australia as a willing but limited Loose Head Prop. One busted knee later he now attends as many live games as possible and in the past have contributed to BBC Wales' Fanscene. He has a brilliant wife and a great job. "Hoarse roar from the sidelines" was started in response to the RaboDirect PRO12 season preview competition and he enjoyed it so much that he hs kept blogging since then.
Angus was invited to the season launch as a guest of RaboDirect after his first blog. He's 10, and supports the Scarlets. His best rugby moment is being chosen to play for Swansea schoolboys rugby team.
Jonathan is 22 and currently in his final year studying Journalism and Sport Studies in Stirling. Growing up virtually beside Ravenhill Ulster were always his favourite rugby team and his earliest memory of Ulster is David Humphreys scoring against Stade Francais on the way to winning the European Cup in '99.
Rhys Thomas is aged 16 and from Birmingham. He has been supporting the Blues and Cardiff RFC for over 10 years, and he writes for a blog called walesrugby.org.uk, which he has been writing for since the 2011 World Cup. His best Rugby moment was watching Wales beat Australia in 2005 at the Millennium Stadium.
While Jack McGrath admits the majority of rugby fans will probably be on the side of Cinderella men Connacht for Guinness PRO12 final glory, the Leinster prop is determined to spoil their party in Edinburgh.
The boot of AJ MacGinty booked Connacht a meeting with Leinster in the Guinness PRO12 Final next weekend after the men from Galway edged past reigning champions Glasgow Warriors 16-11 at the Sportsground.
You might think that Connacht's defeat of Glasgow Warriors on the final day of the Guinness PRO12 regular season gives the Irish side the psychological advantage heading into Saturday's semi-final rematch.
If Ulster are to beat Leinster and reach the Guinness PRO12 final, they will have to overcome a number of statistical obstacles, yet Ulster skipper Rory Best claims the pressure will all be on their Dublin-based opponents.