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We'll Leave it There So: O'Neill staying put, Kimmage 'repulsed' by MMA and all of today’s sport

Meanwhile, Manchester United have confirmed the signing of two high-profile players.

Conor O'Keefe has his picture taken with a volunteer Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

(Ireland’s Conor O’Keefe has his picture taken with a volunteer at the World University Games in South Korea)

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Conor McGregor seemed to be enjoying himself at the party following his UFC 189 triumph.

On the record

“It’s barbaric. I’ve watched it and I’m repulsed by it. And I’m thinking ‘should the mainstream media engage with this?’. Clearly he (McGregor) has got a lot of support.”

Award-winning Irish journalist, Paul Kimmage, does not appear to be the biggest fan of MMA.

Where we were today

Tom Daly with Lucy Mulhall Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

Neil Treacy was in attendance for the Irish Rugby Sevens’ squad announcement.

The fixture list

  • There are a number of Champions League second round matches taking place tomorrow, including Crusaders’ clash with Albanian side Skenderbeu Korce.
  • Sporting fashionistas will probably already be aware that the new Ireland rugby jersey is launching in Galway.
  • After a rest day today, the Tour de France recommences with stage 10 taking place tomorrow.

Showbiz, baby!

This BBC presenter hugging Marion Bartoli is the most awkward thing we’ve seen in a while.

Source: BBC News/YouTube

“Begovics can’t be choosers.”

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