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Mick O'Driscoll talks to his forwards yesterday.
Mick O'Driscoll talks to his forwards yesterday.
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The Morning Score: Friday

A win for Kenny Egan in London, Rors and G-Mac in the mix and Pat Fenlon’s job prospects. It’s all here, baby.
Nov 25th 2011, 9:11 AM 193 0

1. #GOLF Australia made a solid start to today’s foursomes at the Golf World Cup to maintain their two-shot cushion. But Ireland are in second at the Mission Hills resort on Hainan island.

Having finished yesterday’s fourballs ahead at 11 under par, Brendan Jones and Richard Green were three under through seven holes of their second round but Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell are perfectly placed.

We’ll have details soon.

2. TWICKILEAKS Rob Andrew yesterday vowed not to resign despite the controversial comments he made in leaked document relating to England’s Rugby World Cup failure.

3. BOXING Kenny Egan enjoyed a win in London at the Olympic Test Event last night.

The Dubliner forced China’s Xuan Bao into a standing count in the second round of the quarter-final, ultimately notching a 13-6 win.

Egan will now meet Olympic Youth champion, Damien Hooper of Australia.

4. CRICKET Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar missed his 100th international century by just six runs.

A shell-shocked India were instead left to bat out for a draw in the third Test against West Indies in Mumbai.

5. #LOILIVE We’ve said it before this week, but Pat Fenlon is expected to completed his switch to the SPL today.

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The Bohs boss is set to a agree terms Hibernian after a few days of negotiations at Easter Road. Yesterday, meanwhile, the Airtricity League lost one of it’s brightest talents as Richie Ryan signed for Dundee United.

6.#GOING VIRAL Did you catch yesterday’s YouTube round-up?

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