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We'll Leave It There So: Ireland injury issues, Premier League deadline day and today's sport

Meanwhile, Sigerson Cup gets under way, LeBron James loses his cool, and injury forces Connacht rugby player into early retirement.

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Frankie O'Dea St Fintan's College centre Frankie O'Dea is gutted after his penalty falls short and his school are denied a famous win against Clongowes Wood College. Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

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Joshua Klitschko Boxing IBF heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, left, and former heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko pose for photos during a boxing news conference at New York's Madison Square Garden. Source: Richard Drew

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What a finish to today’s Leinster Schools Senior Cup game between Clongowes Wood College and St Fintan’s College as the Sutton school came agonisingly close to a famous win in Donnybrook.

Where We Were Today

Murray Kinsella and Sean Farrell were at Carton House for the Ireland team’s press conference.

Tadgh Furlong Ireland tighthead Tadhg Furlong. Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHO

Sinead Farrell was at Donnybrook for today’s Leinster Schools Senior Cup game between Clongowes and St Fintan’s.

On The Record

I’m not going to let him disrespect my legacy like that. I’m not the one who threw somebody through a window. I never spit on a kid. I never had unpaid debt in Las Vegas. I never said, ‘I’m not a role model’.

LeBron James hits back at Charles Barkley, and he sure didn’t hold back.

The Fixture List

  • It’s another big night in the Premier League tomorrow with three fixtures on the agenda — West Ham United v Manchester City (19.45, BT Sport 1), Manchester United v Hull City (20.00) and Stoke City v Everton (20.00).
  • There are also three games down for decision in the English Championship — Blackburn Rovers v Leeds United, Burton Albion v Fulham and Newcastle United v Queens Park Rovers (Sky Sports 1), all of which kick off at 19.45.
  • Celtic top the bill in the Scottish Premiership with a home tie against third-placed Aberdeen (19.45). Hearts v Rangers and Partick Thistle v St Johnstone also kick off at the same time.
  • Three of the four quarter-finals in the Munster Schools Senior Cup are on tomorrow: Presentation Brothers College v Crescent College Comprehensive, Lansdowne, 14.00; Christian Brothers College v Ardscoil Rís, Irish Independent Park, 14.00; and Rockwell College v Glenstal Abbey, Clanwilliam FC, 14.30.
  • The first round of the Leinster Schools Senior Cup continues in Donnybrook with St Mary’s College v Newbridge College (15.00)

Showbiz, Baby!

It looks like in-demand striker Moussa Dembele is staying at Parkhead for the time being, and he wanted to let Celtic’s fans know how much he loves the club, ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ style.

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