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Dublin: 4 °C Sunday 26 January, 2020

We'll Leave It There So: IABA 'shock', bad news for Bowe and all today's sport

All you need to know before a looooooonnnnnnnnnnng weekend of sport.

Aisling Daly Ireland's Aisling Daly responds to the crowd after making weight for tomorrow's UFC Dublin event. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO


China NFL A child holds up a bag of ice to soothe an injury after a Youth Tackle Football game at an NFL publicity event held in Beijing, Source: AP/Press Association Images


The Best Thing We Shared

Take a bow for this pass, Kalidou Koulibaly.

Where We Were Today

Our man is still fighting the good fight in London while the World Cup continues on bravely without Ireland.

abinsta Source: on Instagram

On The Record

The players and coaches face a couple of long, miserable weeks. They will torture themselves with thoughts involving ‘what if’, ‘if only’ and ‘could I have done better?’

- Legendary Ireland centre Lynne Cantwell explains what post-tournament inquests are like.

The Fixture List

What do you fancy?

There’s UFC Dublin tomorrow night, but only after Connacht are the fourth province in Pro12 action (against Ospreys at 1.30pm Saturday) and Arsenal v Everton is the pick of the Premier League action (5.30pm).

Don’t like the cross-channel stuff? Then you’d better steer clear of the Rugby World Cup semi-finals: South Africa take on defending champions New Zealand at 4pm. Depending on where you watch, you might be able to watch all of that and still get to Bray v Galway United (5.45pm).

And that’s just Saturday.

Showbiz, Baby


Parke Source: Ultimate Fighting Championship

‘We’re gonna need two asterisks for that’


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