The Kildare team to play Donegal in the League tomorrow has been named:
In goal is Mark Donnellan
Peter Kelly, David Hyland, Mick O' Grady
Cian O'Donoghue, Eoin Doyle (C), Johnny Byrne
Kevin Feely and Tommy Moolick
Fergal Conway, Niall Kelly, Paul Cribbin
Ben McCormack, Daniel Flynn, Paddy Brophy
Kfm will have commentary of the game with Ger McNally and Peter McConnon in association with Hanlon Concrete Products, Robertstown
The county's senior hurlers play Carlow in Round 4 of Division 2A of the Allianz National Hurling League also tomorrow in Netwatch Cullen Park is at 2pm. We'll have updates of the game with Shauna Mackey.
In the Lidl Ladies NFL Division 3, Kildare play Longford tomorrow in Hawkfield at 2 pm. We'll have updates with Tara Byrne.
In the Littlewoods Ireland National Camogie League Division 2, Kildare play Dublin tomorrow.
Today, Kildare's Minor Camogie Team plays Antrim in the All Ireland B Camogie Championship at 2.30pm in Hawkfield.
We'll have updates from both games on Sportsbeat.
In the Six Nations, Ireland play Wales at 2.15.
Joe Schmidt's side have lost Lions duo Tadhg Furlong and Robbie Henshaw to injury; they are replaced by Andrew Porter and Chris Farrell.
Wales will be playing their 100th test match under coach Warren Gatland,.
Scotland and England meet for the Calcutta Cup at Murrayfield at a quarter-to-five.
Last night France beat Italy 34 - 17.
In the Pro 14, Connacht are away to Benetton at midday.
This evening Ulster are away to Scarlets.
Munster beat Glasgow 20-10 last night.
The Southern Kings lost their 16th consecutive match, losing 64-7 to Leinster.
Liverpool can climb to second place in the Premier League, if they win against West Ham at Anfield this afternoon.
West Brom play Huddersfield. Brighton host Swansea.
Bournemouth are home to Newcastle. Burnley play Southampton.
Leicester play Stoke in the lunchtime game. Watford host Everton in the evening kick-off.
Rory McIlroy is four-over par - seven shots off the lead - into the weekend at the Honda Classic.
Shane Lowry also squeezed through at five-over but Graeme McDowell, Padraig Harrington and Seamus Power missed the cut.
Mark Selby and Ding Junhui will meet in the semi-finals of the World Grand Prix this evening.
The winner will play Ronnie O'Sullivan in tomorrow's final.
Today’s racing is in Fairyhouse this afternoon from a quarter-to-two.
***Reminder to join Eoin Beatty on Sportsbeat today from 2 for all the above action.