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We'll Leave It There So: Ó Sé out, Fitzgerald in and all today's sport

Need to catch up? We’ve got more Thursday news than you can shake a huge stick at.

Sinead Kane and John OÕRegan Sinead Kane has today confirmed her participation in Wings for Life World Run, taking place in Dun Laoghaire and in 35 locations worldwide on Sunday 3 May Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHO



The Best thing we shared

Barca are planning an impressive moving mosaic to psyche out Madrid this weekend.

Where we were today

Sean Farrell and Murray Kinsella were in Maynooth to listen to a sermon from Joe Schmidt (but can you tell where they are in this picture?)

Conor Murray with Joe Schmidt

On The Record

I say lucky, but I probably don’t believe that. I’ve worked really hard to get back in this position and I feel all that hard work is vindicated.”

- Luke Fitzgerald is back and he’s not about to apologise for that.

The Fixture list

Ireland under 20s close their Six Nations campaign away to Scotland tomorrow night. At home, there are three fixtures in both the Airtricity League first and Premier division where Dundalk host St Pat’s, Galway United take on Drogheda and Shamrock Rovers face Cork City.

Showbiz, Baby

This segment was made for Eamon Dunphy and he rightly claims the throne today.

It looks less wrong than the other one…


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