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Dublin: 6 °C Sunday 20 October, 2019

We'll Leave It There So: Robbie's new deal, Davy clears the air and all of today's sport

If you were out catching the rays, here’s what you missed.

Kieran Westwood during training Keiren Westwood needed a cap as Ireland continued their preparations for Saturday Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO


Rhys Ruddock and Alberto Chiesa Ireland's Emerging Talent squad are in Georgia for this weekend's Tbilisi Cup Source: GRU/INPHO


The best thing we shared today

Five French-based All Blacks performed this emotional roadside Haka where Jerry Collins and his wife died last week.

Source: OutbackSnakes/YouTube

On the record

“Every man, woman and child in Tipperary realised that this is what teams are going to do.”

Steven O’Brien comments on that sledging controversy during last week’s U21 football final against Tyrone.

Where we were today

Ben Blake was at Croke Park with Clare Balding, Niall Kelly was enjoying the sun out in Malahide as preparations intensify ahead of Saturday and Fintan O’Toole had a chat with Colin O’Riordan.

Clare Balding Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

The fixture list

  • The final round of SSE Airtricity League games before the mid-season break take place on Friday with the Dublin derby between Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers the pick of the bunch.
  • There are a host of Euro 2016 Qualifiers on Friday evening with Wales facing Belgium in Cardiff.

Showbiz, baby!

This video produced by championship sponsors AIB charts James O’Donoghue’s rise to prominence from his club Legion to being crowned the Footballer of the Year in 2014.

Source: AIB Bank/YouTube


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