The top eight boxers in each weight the quarter-finalists qualify for Hamburg.
Kilkenny travel to Mullingar for the 7.30pm throw in on Wednesday evening.
Kilkenny are in the hurling qualifiers after being beaten by Wexford in the Leinster Semi Final.
Its was a hot weekend in Carlow with plenty of action on the pitch.
The games were hosted at venues across Carlow, Kilkenny and Wexford.
With everyone in the boxing and MMA world looking for a slice of the action on the Mayweather McGregor card, one local man is throwing his hat in the ring for the craic.
February 2018 is going to see some new jump racing action at Leopardstown race course.
Thomastown have one last crack at silverware when they take on Freebooters in the Premier Division Cup Final.
Freebooters play Thomastown United in this weekends Premier Division Cup Final.
Another another big step for the development of Thomastown United, they’ve just announced a club partnership with League of Ireland side Waterford FC.
Kilkenny U21 boss Eddie Brennan is urging the younger members of the Kilkenny senior hurling team to step up and be more vocal around games.
Westmeath U21 hurling manager Adrian Moran is looking for a massive performance against Kilkenny to secure a first Leinster U21 final.
Leinster’s Sean O’Brien is one of five Irish players to start against Maori All Blacks with Henderson and McGrath on the bench.
Munster’s Peter O’Mahony has been named captain for the Lions clash against the Maori All Blacks on Saturday.
With his first yellow card against Dublin overturned, Carlow’s Brendan Murphy will be free to travel to Ruislip to face London in their All-Ireland qualifier.
‘Players Thrive On and Off the Field’ is the new three year strategic plan for the Gaelic Players Association.
Former Cork senior hurling boss Donal O’Grady has been chatting to KCLR about The Cats All-Ireland prospects.
With Tipperary also finding themselves in the first round of the All-Ireland qualifiers, Kevin Fennelly isn’t writing off Kilkenny just yet.
Ferrybank AFC will be joining the ranks of Waterford FC as the First Division club expand their club partnership programme.
The developments at Punchestown continue ahead of next year’s National Hunt Festival.