Carlow and Kildare go head to head in Division 2A of the National League on Sunday.
The game kicks off on the Kells Road on Sunday at 2pm.
The Cheltenham Festival takes place next week.
Turlough says the gap between the top teams and the chasing pack will increase with the the new changes.
The sides clash in St Conleths Park in Newbridge on Sunday at 2pm.
Kilkenny came away with two points from the Cork clash in Nowlan Park at the weekend.
Turlough says despite Carlow’s late fight-back, Leitrim were overall deserving winners.
Colm Bonnar says they have plenty of options to choose when picking a starting team.
Kilkenny take on rivals Tipperary in the next round of the National Hurling League under lights in Semple Stadium on Saturday.
Myshall beat Tyrone club Eglish 1-10 to 1-09 with Ciara Quirke scoring a personal tally of 1-09 for the local side.
KCLR and David Buggy Motors have teamed up for the launch of the 2017 David Buggy Motors Kilkenny Sport Star Awards.
The result now means PDLS will contest ‘A’ Schools Basketball next year where they will be competing with the top teams in the country.
Carlow staged the mother of all comebacks to keep their hopes of returning to Division 1B alive.
Tullow are one game away from a possible promotion playoff after victory over North Kildare.
It is only four years since Myshall claimed a second consecutive All-Ireland Junior Club title.
With one fixture called off on Saturday, the final round of games for this year’s Leinster League Division 1A campaign has been moved out to 19 March.
Kilkenny’s Division 1A fate goes down will go down to the wire in deciding where they play for 2017/18.
Listen to full commentary and analysis of KIlkenny’s Allianz Hurling League clash with Cork at Nowlan Park.
Live commentary and analysis from Croke Park as Carlow’s Myshall meet Tyrone’s Eglish in the Intermediate Club All-Ireland Camogie Final.
Carlow welcome London to Netwatch Cullen Park with a view on making advances in Division 2.