Another Saturday and the last three matches of the 6 Nations. We have Wales v Italy at the Millenium Stadium (KO 2.30pm), Ireland v Scotland at Croke Park (KO 5pm) and France v England at the Stade de France (KO 7.45pm).
All matches will be broadcast on BBC TV, the Red Button and online.
Scotland meet second the top of the standings in Ireland and England meet the top in France. It should be an exciting afternoon's rugby.
Here's a wee rugby story from one of my loyal readers. Do hope you enjoy it.
I had a business friend from the Borders who was also very keen on Rugby. As he worked in the West Country, he went to an England v Ireland match in Bristol where he fell in with three Irishmen who were obviously fairly senior executive types.
Coming out of the ground, a policeman was waiting by their car which was parked on the apron in front of a fire station. He said that without a word being spoken, two of these Irishmen started to fight. The policeman came over to sort it out whilst the third man ran to the car and drove off. By the time the policeman arrived, the other two were already shaking hands!
We don't think like that on this side of the water, do we?