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Out to stud, attacked by a football and the rest of your comments of the week

Cheers for all the help lads… now get back to work.

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Connacht have come too far to be satisfied with a draw, Reg Gordon feels.

Feels like a loss here too john ;)

Paddy Mac finds the historical context for the big Kerry hurling controversy this week.

“That’s like the time Henry Shefflin was attacked with the football…”

We’re not sure how Mrs O’Connor would react, but Jack Strong has a theory of how Mayo can strengthen the gene pool.

“Should put their father out to stud, Cillian ran the show with those passes.”

Rob O’Hanrahan knows that the well-worn phrase ‘you don’t save them’ has been ruined forever.

“Gary Neville would probably disagree…”

VinnyDoc found himself taking a harsh look in the mirror after reading the inspirational words of Jamie Wall.

“I hated reading this story to be honest. I find myself giving out about the smallest things in life. It is hard to believe this kind of thing can happen overnight especially to a person who was playing sport at the highest level. It just proves once again how fragile life is and how were here to live it. Keep the faith Jamie, you’ve given one person a different perspective for the future. Best of luck.”

Petr Tarasov can’t wait for Roy’s book either.

“Who’s phone is that? That’s the second time it’s gone off.”

Alan Pepper thinks they’re mad in Co. Down altogether.

“Ah, flying the European flag. Some people just want to watch the world burn.”

Irish in Calgary wishes it could be Championship every day.

“Im missing the championship already bring on next year”

We knew Tim Sherwood’s tour-de-force on TV was missing something. Conor Magill nailed it.

“Where’s the gillet?”

We all got soaked yesterday, but at least you weren’t playing out there

Trimble double seals Ulster bonus point against lacklustre Edinburgh

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