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# Fresh Look
Munster unveil new home jersey for the next two seasons
The kit will be worn by a senior team for the first time when Munster’s women face Ulster on Saturday, 28 August.
# hard and fair
'That would be unjust to the jersey': No need for red redemption from O'Mahony
The Munster back row is set to return after serving his suspension for a red card against Wales.
Watch: Peter O'Mahony picks up early red card against Wales
The back row was sent off with just 13 minutes on the clock in Ireland’s Six Nations campaign.
# Off
Shades of Mealamu and Umaga as Italian prop sees red in loss to Springboks
South Africa wrapped up the bonus point after Lovotti and Quaglio combined to spear Duane Vermeulen.
# in the spotlight
Gambling firm's integrity unit blew whistle on Wales assistant coach Howley
‘We’re checking in on his wellbeing as we formalise our processes to get through the investigation,’ says WRU CEO Martyn Phillips.
# bad fit
'Him and Benitez just never clicked': Carragher looks back on Robbie Keane's brief Liverpool stint
Jamie Carragher couldn’t see the logic in signing Robbie Keane in 2008, and he has sympathy for how the striker’s dream move unraveled.
Liverpool-Sevilla friendly marred by horrible challenge as Reds lose
Jurgen Klopp’s side suffered a late loss to Sevilla, but the result was overshadowed by Joris Gnagnon’s horrendous tackle on Yasser Larouci.
# decisions
World Rugby aims for consistency with new high tackle framework
Owen Farrell’s shoulder charge against South Africa last November should have seen him yellow-carded.
# hard fall
France limit damage against New Zealand after early red card
The All Blacks scored four tries against the 14 men, but wound up winning by just 13 points.
# 6 Nations
Wales work their way into second place with laboured bonus point win over Italy
Liam Williams was hooked at half-time by Warren Gatland, who cut a frustrated figure throughout Wales’ five-try win.
'I was close to Arsenal': Xabi Alonso on Benitez, Gareth Barry and his unexpected Liverpool exit
The midfielder spent five years at Anfield but his departure in 2009 had been simmering for twelve months.
'I am definitely not in the mix': Rassie commits to Munster despite Springbok struggles
The pressure is on Allister Coetzee after a disastrous 2016, but the Munster boss says he is staying put.
# green to red
Post boxes around Dublin are being painted red for the 1916 centenary
It’s all part of a new history project on the Rising from An Post.
# looking good
13 science-backed ways to appear more attractive
It isn’t all genetics.
# hairy situation
This Mad Man star's hair dye ad has been banned for being 'misleading'
It said Christina Hendricks had dyed her hair from bright red to blonde.
# Seconds out
Here's how to get yourself sent off just 19 seconds into a game
Pablo Heredia had the briefest of evenings.
# Seeing Red
Did West Ham goalkeeper Adrian deserve a red card for this?
The ‘keeper saw red late on in the Hammers’ loss to Leicester City.
What do you think of Munster's new home and alternate kits?
The southern province have updated their adidas gear.
# under review
Tipperary to appeal Seamus Callanan's red card
The county say the are ‘very anxious’ to have the decision overturned.
# menstrual mistake
Instagram says it "accidentally" removed woman's period stain photo twice
The poet said that she was fully clothed and the photo was not unacceptable.
# red speaks
The M17 Tuam to Gort motorway gets the Shawshank Redemption treatment
Get busy living, or get busy drivin’.
# brutal commute
Code Red: The west is still being hammered by the rain and wind
Schools are being closed and there are trees down on routes all over the country. Duvet day? Duvet day.
16 people who just listened to Taylor Swift's new album and are NOT OKAY
RIP Swifties everywhere.
# Squee
Gloriously adorable twin red panda cubs to melt your heart
Lions and tigers and pandas, oh my.
# fresh start
'Everyone says we're in transition, but players are here to win trophies' - Axel Foley
‘Everything in Munster is about being competitive’, says the legendary number eight.
# made of steel
Pro-Russian rebels are using Soviet-era posters to recruit new fighters in Donetsk
Dozens of the posters have sprung up around the rebel-held industrial city.
# see ya suarez
Eight of Luis Suarez's finest moments in a Liverpool jersey
Look away now, Norwich City fans.
'99, a very good year: Fergie's wine sale rakes in over €2.5 million in Hong Kong
The ex-Manchester united boss included six bottles of a 1999 vintage among the lots sold by auction.
# tv picks
What to watch on TV tonight: Wednesday
Here are the shows that’ll be on your Twitter timeline later.
# No Holding Back
'I might try and jump a centimetre or two next time' -- Jared Payne speaks for first time since THAT red card
Ulster’s Kiwi fullback will return from suspension when Leinster visit Ravenhill this Friday.
# generation catalano
9 very important things Jared Leto taught us in the nineties
I love the way he like, leans.
# Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift thought she had won the big Grammy, but she hadn't
And there’s a video. A heart-wrenching video.
# Autumn
In Pictures: Are you enjoying the change of season?
The summer is over and the autumn is here. Don’t be too glum.
# play with food
16 tasty works of art made with food
Artist gives new meaning to playing with her food.
# Lourdes Hospital
Reilly to table Neary compensation plan before summer break
Earlier today, the 35 victims who were excluded from a previous redress scheme accused the Minister of reneging on promises.
# Team Swoosh
Does Rory McIlroy's new Nike deal include a 'ban' on wearing Tiger's red?
The world number one was asked about the colour clash at a press conference in Abu Dhabi yesterday.
West Brom v Fulham, Premier League
Steve Clarke’s men had a chance to go fourth with a win in floodgate-opening style.
VIDEO: German referee says sorry after red card and penalty costs Dortmund
Wolfgang Stark bravely stepped forward after seeing TV replays and apologised for his error.
# Green Jersey
DAA spends €7k painting fire engine green... then repaints it red
Dublin Airport Authority took the ‘green jersey’ approach with one of its fire engines before a decision was made to revert to the more traditional colours after issues with air traffic control visibility.
Ryder Cup 2012, day 3
Europe started Sunday’s singles matches four points down to an inspired USA. Could Ian Poulter and Rory McIlroy spark a remarkable fightback?