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We'll Leave It There So: Ireland name team for World Cup opener and all of today's sport

Plus, news on Martin O’Neill’s latest squad announcement.

A view of training The Irish women's team are put through their paces at the National Sports Campus in Abbotstown. Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO


Paul O'Connell Paul O'Connell leads the way at Ireland training in Cardiff. Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHO


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On The Record

“I hope both teams kill each other.”

Martin O’Neill won’t be watching Sunday’s All-Ireland final but he will be keeping a close eye on proceedings from London where he’ll be taking in New Zealand against Argentina.

Martin O'Neill Martin O'Neill was in good form as he named his 40-man squad for next month's qualifiers. Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

Where We Were Today

Niall Kelly was out in Abbotstown as Martin O’Neill named his extended panel for next month’s decisive Euro 2016 Qualifiers while Murray Kinsella was with the Ireland squad in Cardiff.

Joe Schmidt And Joe Schmidt was also in-front of the media. Source: Dan Sheridan/INPHO

The Fixture List

  • After months of build-up, the Rugby World Cup kicks-off on Friday evening when hosts England face Fiji at Twickenham.
  • There’s three SSE Airtricity League Premier Division fixtures with the Louth derby between Dundalk and Drogheda the pick of the bunch.

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