No problems for Naas

Naas have no problems at the moment ahead of Saturday's meeting featuring the Grade Three Woodlands Park 100 Club Poplar Square Chase.

Both Gowran Park on Friday and Wexford on Saturday have fallen by the wayside due to waterlogging but Naas clerk of the course Brendan Sheridan said: "I walked the course an hour ago - it was raceable - and as we stand at the moment, racing will go ahead.

"Of course, the weather could change things but the ground is soft, soft to heavy in places at this stage."

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