20 May, 10:19
Irish Rugby TV spoke to Ireland interim head coach Les Kiss about the upcoming North America tour and his future within the management team.
Connacht v Cardiff Blues, The Sportsground, Friday, May 2, 6.30pm
Leinster v Newport Gwent Dragons, The RDS, Saturday, May 3, 6pm (live on Setanta/S4C)
Llanelli Scarlets v Munster, Stradey Park, Saturday, May 3, kick-off 2.45pm
Ospreys v Edinburgh, Liberty Stadium, Friday, May 2, 7.10pm (live on BBC Wales)
Ulster v Glasgow Warriors, Ravenhill, Saturday, May 3, 3pm
Round 18 -
Connacht v Ospreys, The Sportsground, Friday, May 9, 6.30pm
Llanelli Scarlets v Edinburgh, Stradey Park, Saturday, May 10, 5.30pm (live on S4C)
Munster v Glasgow Warriors, Musgrave Park, Saturday, May 10, 5pm (live on Setanta)
Newport Gwent Dragons v Leinster, Rodney Parade, Friday, May 9, 7.10pm (live on BBC Wales)
Ulster v Cardiff Blues, Ravenhill, Friday, May 9, 7.30pm
Meanwhile, following the success of Munster in reaching the Heineken Cup semi-final, which has been scheduled for Sunday April 27, Celtic Rugby, in conjunction with the IRFU and both Ulster and Munster, have decided to reschedule the Ulster vs Munster match.
The game has been put back 24 hours to Wednesday, April 30 (kick-off 7.30pm) at Ravenhill. Setanta Sports will be televising the Ulster-Munster clash live.