Eadestown's Tadhg Beirne scored a try for Ireland in last night's win over Tonga.
Ireland will go into next Saturday's World Cup game against South Africa in Paris with maximum points in Pool B.
Andy Farrell's side beat Tonga by 59 points to 16 in Nantes last night to make it two wins from two.
Johnny Sexton became Ireland's record ever points scorer by scoring one of eight tries in a bonus point victory.
Bundee Aki touched down twice, with Ireland's other tries coming from Eadestown's Tadhg Beirne, Caelan Doris, Mack Hansen, James Lowe and Rob Herring.
Finlay Bealham went off for a head injury assessment and he's the biggest injury doubt for the game with the Springboks.
South Africa will bid for their second win this afternoon.
They play Romania in Bordeaux at 2pm.
Elsewhere today, Australia and Fiji go head to head in Pool C.
They meet in Saint Etienne at 4.45pm.
England play Japan in Pool D in Nice from 8 o'clock.
Yesterday, in the UPMC Senior Hurling Championship Quarter Final:
Venue: Manguard Park Pitch 1, Eadestown V Sarsfields 14:00.
Venue: Manguard Park Pitch 1, Clogherinkoe V Moorefield 16:00.
Kfm will have live coverage of both games with Ger McNally on More Music Sportsbeat from 2pm.
Kfm’s live club football championship coverage across the weekend, is in association with Pat Keogh Skoda, Ballybrittas, selling Skoda in the Midlands since 1996
Chelsea are looking to bounce back as they face Bournemouth in the Premier League this afternoon.
Kick off at the Vitality Stadium is at 2pm.
Later, Arsenal are away to Everton.
Kick off at Goodison Park is at 4.30pm.
Here at home, Cork City play Shamrock Rovers in the quarter finals of the FAI Women's Cup.
Kick off at Bishopstown is at 2pm.
Swede Ludvig Aberg takes a two shot lead into the final round of the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth.
The Ryder Cup player is 16 under par, with Tommy Fleetwood and Connor Syme next on 14 under.
Shane Lowry heads the Irish challenge on 9 under.
Ferrari's Carlos Sainz is on pole position for the Singapore Grand Prix, with world champion Max Verstappen 11th on the grid.
The race begins at 1pm.
American Sepp Kuss is set to win his first Grand Tour title when the Vuelta Espana comes to a close into Madrid today.
There's racing in Listowel this afternoon.
The first of the 7 race card goes to post at 2pm.