Naas CBS in Br. Bosco Cup Final action.
Naas CBS go in search of a third successive Leinster Colleges Senior Football “A” Championship title this afternoon.
They play Coláiste Choilm of Tullamore in the Br. Bosco Cup Final in Ashbourne.
Throw in is at 1.00pm.
There will be live updates on Kfm, Seamus Dillion reporting.
Kildare have named their team for tomorrow's Allianz Hurling League Division 2-A match against Laois in Manguard Park.
Cormac Byrne comes into the team in the place of his injured Éire Óg Corra Choill clubmate Paul Dolan.
Down and Kerry who also suffered opening round defeats in Division 2A last week meet in Ballycran at 1.00.
Cork and Kilkenny are also seeking their first wins of in Division 1 this year.
They meet at Páirc Uí Chaoimh, with throw-in at 7.30.
Before that, Wexford will look to build on their draw with the Cats, when they take host Offaly.
Manchester City can move top of the Premier League table - for a couple of hours at least - with victory at home to Everton at lunchtime.
Current leaders Liverpool welcome struggling Burnley to Anfield from 3.00pm
Tottenham can leapfrog Aston Villa into fourth if they win at home to Brighton.
Bournemouth are four games without a win ahead of their trip to Fulham.
Luton can put daylight between themselves and the relegation zone if they beat Sheffield United
Brentford go to Wolves.
And at 5.30, Nottingham Forest welcome Newcastle to the City Ground.
The Ireland Under 20s needed a late try to beat their Italian counterparts 23-22 in Cork last night.
Andy Farrell’s senior side are continuing their preparations for tomorrow's match against the Azzurri at the Aviva Stadium.
The second weekend of the Six Nations kicks off with Scotland against France at Murrayfield at 2.15 today.
That is followed by the meeting of England and Wales at Twickenham 4.45.
The Energia All Ireland League returns today, with Naas hosting Blackrock College in Division 1B
3RD place MU Barnhall away to 2nd place Cashel in Division 2A
Both games kick off at 2.30.
There is racing today at Naas, where it is Cheltenham Trials Day.
The first of a 7 race on the card gets underway at 1.20.
The overnight rain means the ground remains heavy.