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We'll Leave It There So: McClean's advice for Grealish, Anderlecht deal for Irish keeper and all today's sport

Here’s what the world of sport served up for us today.

Cian Healy Ireland prop Cian Healy was at the Aviva Stadium today to launch FLEXISEQ Sport. Source: James Crombie/INPHO



Soccer - Sky Bet Championship - Middlesbrough v Rotherham United - Riverside Stadium Patrick Bamford has represented both England and the Republic of Ireland at underage level. Source: EMPICS Sport

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Lifelong Chelsea supporter Rachel Key will present John Terry with the Premier League trophy on Sunday.

Source: barclaysfootballtv/YouTube

On the record

“Back in ’96, the mother always tells a great story, Ciaran got a point against Clare to win the match. I was only born in ’96 and I was on her breast and she threw me up. She forgot to catch me! I don’t remember that!”

Limerick star Cian Lynch has a unique tale about his uncle Ciaran Carey’s famous point.

The fixture list

The BMW PGA Championship starts tomorrow at Wentworth, and there’s a strong Irish presence for the opening round: Niall Kearney (07.10 tee time), Darren Clarke (07.50), Rory McIlroy (08.35), Peter Lawrie (10.20), Shane Lowry (12.40), Padraig Harrington (12.40), Graeme McDowell (13.00), Michael Hoey (13.45), Damien McGrane (14.05).

Showbiz, baby!

Daddy scored 34 points but Steph Curry’s daughter was the star of Game 1 of the NBA’s Western Conference finals.

Source: NBA/YouTube

“Who’s Anna Kendrick?”


Teddy Sheringham looks set to take over as a manager in League Two

Ronda Rousey takes a swipe at Floyd Mayweather’s domestic violence history

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