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Dublin: 12 °C Wednesday 16 October, 2019

We'll Leave It There So: Irish sprinters progress in 100, 200 and all today's sport

Plus, some light Keane-on-Giggsy thigh slapping.

Image: AP/Press Association Images


Amy Foster qualifies for the semi-finals Source: Karel Delvoije/INPHO


Tour de France 2016 - Stage 6 - Arpajon-sur-Cere to Montauban Source: AP/Press Association Images

The Best Thing We Shared

Sadly, we didn’t see this until after Big Ron led Portugal to victory over Wales. Some man for a smack.

On The Record

I can’t believe I’m in the final this year. I’m 0-2 this year so I’m determined to win one.”

Serena Williams didn’t need to remind us she’s determined, but the woman is relentless.

Where We Were Today

Fintan O’Toole was sipping his coffee while hearing what Dean Rock had to say at this morning’s Dublin press briefing.

Dean Rock Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

The Fixture List

Eight more Irish athletes go under the gun in Amsterdam tomorrow at the European Championships. Amy Foster and Marcus Lawler will sprint in their respective 100 and 200 metre sprint semi-finals from 17.50.

Tomorrow evening has two Airtricity League Premier Division ties in store with Bohemians hosting Bray and Galway travelling up the west coast on their way to Finn Harps.

Showbiz, Baby!



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Sean Farrell

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