Ireland and Wales Ready to Rumble & Kildare Hurlers Train Tonight For Sunday’s Vital NHL Game.
Ireland play Wales tonight in the 6 nations in Cardiff.
The game will be played with the stadium roof closed after Ireland agreed to a Welsh request yesterday.
Ireland are unchanged from the win over France.
Les Kiss has made five changes for Ulster's Guinness PRO12 clash with Zebre at Kingspan Stadium tomorrow at 6.05pm.
Jared Payne lines out at full-back, with Craig Gilroy and Charles Piutau set to join him in the back three.
Stuart Olding will start in the 10 jersey outside Ruan Pienaar.
Luke Marshall and Jacob Stockdale, form an all-new midfield partnership.
Al O'Connor, Robbie Diack and Chris Henry are the new faces in the pack.
In the Ulster Bank AIL Division 1A tomorrow, Naas play Shannon in Fournaughts, while in Division 2B, M U Barnhall play Armagh in Parsonstown; both games at 2.30.
The Kildare hurlers train tonight ahead of Sunday’s vital National League game against Carlow in St Conleth’s Park at 2pm.
A win in this game and in their final game against London in Clane on March 26th would qualify them for the Division 2A final and possible promotion.
***Full preview of the game, plus interviews with Joe Quaid and Niall O Muineacháin in this evening’s Weekend Preview from 6.30pm
***Kfm will have full commentary of Sunday’s game, with Pat Costello and former Kildare star Fiachra Ó Muineacháin, in association with Hanlon Concrete, Robertstown.
In Camogie, Kildare play Derry in the All Ireland Minor B Championship tomorrow in Hawkfield at 2.
Then, on Sunday, in the Littlewoods Ireland National Camogie League Division 2, Kildare play Antrim in Hawkfield at 2pm
Kfm will have updates of the game
The under 14 county side, who are reigning All Ireland A Champions play Dublin, at 2pm in Hawkfield tomorrow in the Leinster championship..
Then, on Sunday, in the Under 16 Leinster Ladies Football Championship: Kildare v Westmeath, at 2pm in Hawkfield
The Kill Senior Ladies Football panel are travelling to Madrid today to play in the inaugural Madrid Harps Invitational, along with Blackhill Emeralds, Co. Monaghan, Ardboe O Donovan Rossa, Co. Tyrone.St. Mary's University College, Belfast and Mercy College Sligo.
There's 6 Premier league ties in the SSE Airtricity league tonight.
Bohemians vs Bray, Dundalk vs Limerick; Sligo Rovers vs St Pats; Shamrock Rovers vs Derry, Finn Harps vs Galway; Drogheda vs Cork City
Today’s racing is on the all-weather track at Dundalk from 5.30.
Reminder: to join Ger McNally for the Weekend Preview from 6.30 this evening.