Enniskillen winger Robert Baloucoune is set to make his international debut when Ireland take on the USA this weekend.

The 23-year-old has enjoyed a remarkable few years in professional rugby which included a spell with the Irish Sevens set up and just four years ago he was lining out for Enniskillen Skins in the final of the Towns Cup.

Baloucoune has amassed 16 tries in 31 games for Ulster and he will be hoping to bring that kind of form when he takes his place on the wing for Ireland in the Aviva on Saturday.

He is one of four Ulster players who will make their debut for Ireland alongside Tom O'Toole, Nick Timoney and James Hume while there are also a further four uncapped players on the Irish bench.

Baloucoune's could possibly have made his Irish debut last season as he was named in a Six Nations training squad before Covid-19 cancelled the tournament and then a hamstring injury in August which required surgery put his development on further.

But he has come back a stronger as ever and he has been earning praise from coaches and players in the Irish camp.

Assistant coach, Mike Catt said Baloucoune has the "x-factor" while teammates put him down as the fastest player in the Irish squad.

Will Addison, who puts Enniskillen as his home rugby team and whose mother hails from Fermanagh, is also named on the bench.