By Niall Cronin Fresh from their first ever Grade One race, Naas return with another good card tomorrow afternoon which includes Champion Hurdle entry Kitten Rock in the Grade Three Limestone Lad Hurdle. Edward O'Grady's five-year-old was a winner twice in March last season and while not disgraced in good juvenile races at the Fairyhouse and Punchestown Festivals, he has made a big impression with two emphatic wins so far in this campaign in Grade Three and listed races. Kitten Rock has been handed a rating of 148 by handicapper Noel O'Brien which sees the five-year-old as the highest rated in tomorrow's contest with the Willie Mullins trained Glens Melody next best on 142 and Cheltenham World Hurdle entrant King Of The Picts rated 140 for Pat Shanahan. The Grade Two Woodlands Park 100 Club Novice Chase is the feature race at the Kildare track tomorrow with the Mouse Morris trained Rule The World facing Val Der Ferbet who is the mount of Danny Mullins for his uncle Willie with Ruby Walsh in action at Ascot and Paul Townend suspended. Paul Fahey's classy servant Lots Of Memories and Noel Meade's Wounded Warrior add to an intriguing contest which is completed by The Crafty Butcher. Meanwhile at Leopardstown on Sunday, Vautour - who was overturned at Christmas by the Gordon Elliott trained Clarcam - and he'll face just two rivals in the Grade Two Killiney Novice Chase with Real Steel, who was fourth behind Clarcam opposing and Aladdins Cave who has yet to run over fences also in the line up. Colin McBratney's Marito will shoulder top weight in the Boylesports Leopardstown Chase, while Tony Martin's Ted Veale heads the 25-runner Boylesports Hurdle.