On Saturday, Straffan v Kill - Sunday, Ballyteague V Castledermot
Local action this weekend,
On Saturday, in the Tom Cross Transport JFC Final:
Straffan V Kill in St. Conleth’s Park, Newbridge
Throw-in at 3.30pm
On Sunday, it's Ballyteague vs Castledermot in the Auld Shebeen Bar Athy IFC Final:
That game will also be held in St. Conleth’s Park, Newbridge at 3.30pm.
The Emerging Ireland team lead South African club Griquas 28-7 early in the second-half of their opening tour game in Bloemfontein.
Two Irish tries were scored by Leinster flanker Scott Penny, and one apiece courtesy of Robert Baloucoune and Josh Wycherley.
Connacht are also in South Africa for a United Rugby Championship match against the Bulls from 5.30pm.
And Ulster host Leinster at Kingspan Stadium in a top of the table match in Belfast from 7.35pm.
Meanwhile Munster have made four changes to their starting team for tomorrow's visit of Zebre.
Academy duo Conor Phillips and Patrick Campbell start on either flank, with Keynan Knox and Eadestown's Tadhg Beirne borught into the pack.
Padraig Harrington leads the Irish interest on day two of the Alfred Dunhill Links Championship.
The three-time Major champion is two-under for the tournament, and one-over through 15 holes for today.
Rory McIlroy is level-par and Shane Lowry five-over also on the Kingsbarns course today - with Jonathan Caldwell four-over at St Andrews.
England's Richard Mansell currently leads on 9-under.
Derry City will be aiming to close the gap on SSE Airtricity Premier Division leaders Shamrock Rovers to just two points this evening.
The Candystripes are the visitors to St Pats at 7.45pm.
Elsewhere at that time Bohemians take on UCD and there's a Louth derby as Oriel Park plays host to Dundalk and Drogheda.
At 8 o'clock, Finn Harps play Shelbourne.
Manchester United have won the double in the Premier League awards for September.
Boss Erik ten Hag's been named manager of the month, with forward Marcus Rashford taking the player prize.
United secured back-to-back victories as they recovered from a poor start to the season.
Lewis Hamilton has topped the timesheets in a Formula One practice session for the first time this season.
He's gone quickest in the first run ahead of Sunday's Singapore Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen, who could seal the title with victory this weekend, was second.