- Sean O’Brien and the Kearney brothers are back in Ireland’s starting Six Nations team.
- And Guy Noves has shaken up things for France as well in making six changes.
- Elsewhere Cian Healy and Mike Ross have made the Leinster starting XV.
- Make sure to check your bank accounts tomorrow morning. The FAI reveal that UEFA will be taking payment for Euros tickets.
- John Kavanagh is open to Conor McGregor fighting for a third UFC title in July.
- UCD saw off UCC and UL shocked Queen’s University in today’s Sigerson Cup action.
- Adam Johnson has been sacked by Sunderland after pleading guilty to one count of sexual activity with a child.
- The title is Leicester’s to lose, according to one Premier League boss.
- A 28 year-old has been handed a Bundesliga management job.
- The All Blacks will avoid punishment for fielding 8 players in a rugby 7s match.
- Dan Biggar has shaken off an ankle injury and will start for Wales in their Six Nations game with Scotland.
The Best Thing We Shared
This point by Paddy McBrearty for Jordanstown yesterday was quite brilliant.
On The Record
Rarely in life do you find people who will admit they have got something wrong, so it was bold of FSG to hold their hands up and apologise.
Jamie Carragher is proud of the Liverpool ticket-price U-turn.
Where we were today
Murray Kinsella and Sean Farrell were in Carton House as the countdown continues to Ireland’s game with France.
Guinness Pro 12
Leinster v Zebre, RDS Arena, 7.30pm
Ulster v Glasgow Warriors, Kingspan Stadium, 7.30pm
Scarlets v Edinburgh, Parc y Scarlets, 8.15pm
We’ve brought our comprehensive rugby coverage to video. Here’s Murray Kinsella and Trevor Hogan chatting in the first in a weekly series of conversations about the Six Nations action.