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We'll Leave It There So: Ireland look to raise the roof and the rest of today's sport

Here’s the best bits from the sporting world today.

Ireland Fans in Cardiff Ireland fans Brendan Guinan, Alan Ryan, Declan Doogan, Paul Hensey and James Hibbitts have arrived in Cardiff ahead of tomorrow night's Six Nations game. Source: James Crombie/INPHO

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Paddy Barnes and Adrian Dimas Garzon Paddy Barnes and Adrian Dimas Garzon at the weigh-in for their bout tomorrow night in Belfast. Source: Presseye/Jonathan Porter/INPHO

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The Best Thing We Shared

Peter O’Mahony went to great lengths to ensure that the roof on the Principality Stadium will be closed tomorrow night.

Where We Were Today

Steve O’Rourke was chatting to Wexford hurler Lee Chin in Dublin, while Murray Kinsella arrived in Cardiff ahead of Ireland’s Six Nations clash with Wales tomorrow night.

Rory Best Ireland captain Rory Best speaking to the press this afternoon at the Principality Stadium. Source: Billy Stickland/INPHO

On The Record

It’s been brilliant. Robbie’s been in working individually with (physio) Tony McCarthy and then he has dropped in and out of our sessions. He’s taken the strikers for finishing sessions too and to have someone like Robbie telling an 18-year-old about movement or how to finish is frightening. It’s been unbelievable for us as a coaching staff. When you look at his record at international level I don’t think it will be truly recognised for what it is for years to come. It’s scary.

Shamrock Rovers manager Stephen Bradley on Robbie Keane, who has been training with the Hoops this week.

The Fixture List

  • The eyes of Irish rugby fans will be on Cardiff tomorrow night for Ireland’s Six Nations clash with Wales at the Principality Stadium (8.05pm).
  • There’s a busy night tomorrow in the League of Ireland too, with nine games across both divisions. Click here to view the Premier Division fixtures, and here to see what’s scheduled in the First Division.

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Source: Shamrock Rovers TV/YouTube

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