By Sinead Tyrrell
Will Ireland be the team to deny Wales a third Grand Slam Victory in a row? This is set to be a thriller as the Welsh are out to make Six Nations history. Kick-off is at 2:30pm. Match restrictions will be in place from around 11:30am onwards.
There’s provincial action as well this weekend with Munster at home to Cardiff Blues at Thomand Park on Saturday. Kick-off is at 7:15pm. Gardai will have a cordon in place from around 4pm onwards.
It’s Round 2 of the National Football League with Westmeath hosting last year’s All Ireland winners Dublin at Cusack Park and Kildare travelling to Páirc Uí Rinn in Cork to take on the Rebels. There’s plenty more football action taking this weekend and full details are on our website.
Croke Park will see the All-Ireland Junior and Intermediate finalists battling out for silverware and glory in GAA’s mecca. On Saturday, throw in for the junior hurling final is at 3:30pm followed by the intermediate final at 5:30pm. On Sunday, the junior and intermediate football finals get underway from 2pm.
Were you a fan “Happy Days”? A brand new musical based on the television show runs at the Bord Gais Energy Theatre until this Saturday with a matinee show also at 2:30pm.
But if “Sunday, Monday, Happy Day” isn’t your thing then head along to the O2 where Hardwell is performing on Friday night.
All in all a busy weekend ahead of us and you can keep up to date with the latest traffic news on www.aaroadwatch.ie or follow @aaroadwatch on twitter.