Two Mile House have completed preparations for their Leinster Intermediate football final.
They play Shamrocks, of Offaly, in O’Connor Park Tullamore at 1.30pm
***Kfm will have full commentary in association with Pat Keogh Skoda, Ballybrittas.
On Sunday, the county senior hurlers begin their Keogh Cup campaign.
They play Meath in St. Conleth’s Park at 2pm.
Kfm will have live updates of the game.
Ulster last night gave themselves a sporting chance to make the knockout phase of the Heineken Champions Cup.
Tries from Jacob Stockdale, Henry Speight, Will Addison and Marcell Coetzee gave them a 25-24 bonus point win away to the Scarlets.
Ulster pull level on points with Pool 4 leaders Rassing who don't play until tomorrow.
Leinster's defence of the Heineken Champions Cup continues later.
Leo Cullen's side is back to full strength for their Pool 1 meeting with Bath, with kick-off at 3.15.
Wasps entertain Toulouse in that pool's other game from 5.30.
Connacht have the international trio of Quinn Roux, Finlay Bealham and Bundee Aki back in their side for the visit of Perpignan to the Sportsground, in Pool 3 of the Challenge Cup.
There's a 3 o'clock start in Galway.
Liverpool have the chance to go top of the Premier League this lunchtime.
They travel to a Bournemouth side occupying seventh in the table, but one who've yet to win against any of the sides currently above them.
Kick off at the Vitality is at 12.30.
Current leaders Manchester City are away to Chelsea in the 5.30 kick off.
While at 7.45, Tottenham go to Leicester.
Arsenal could extend their unbeaten streak to 21 games at 3 when Huddersfield visit the Emirates
Manchester United entertain bottom side Fulham.
Burnley face Brighton,
Southampton are away to Cardiff.
And West Ham face Crystal Palace.
Navan hosts a seven-race card, with the first off at midday.