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Dublin: 19 °C Wednesday 15 July, 2020

We'll Leave It There So: One in the eye for Eddie, Bolt loses a medal and all today's sport

Plus, positivity from Joe Schmidt and a tight new hairdo for Jose.


The Women's Captains on the stage at the launch of the 2017 RBS Six Nations Championship Niamh Briggs with her fellow national captains as the Women's Six Nations was launched in London. Source: Billy Stickland/INPHO


Australian Open Tennis Serena Williams in action in Melbourne this morning. Source: Kin Cheung

The Best Thing We Shared

Rachid Alioui’s winner for Morocca against the Ivory Coast yesterday was a beaut.

Source: MoroccanHipHop/YouTube

On The Record

We always want to tackle low, but there are times when, as a second man, low isn’t an option. It’s about my arms, bring them tighter to my body, following through with those, then shoulder, then arm.”

– Dangerous Dylan Hartley explains how he’s working to tackle safely when he returns from his latest ban.

Where we were today

Fintan O’Toole was at the launch of eir Sport’s GAA coverage while Murray Kinsella was at the Six Nations launch.

Darren Hughes and Ciaran Kilkenny Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

The Fixture List

In the Sigerson Cup preliminary round tomorrow, Garda College host Cork IT in Templemore, while GMIT take on IT Sligo in Carnamore and in the first round proper IT Carlow host IT Tralee  (all 14.00).

Manchester United will look to complete the job in their league Cup semi-final against Hull. The second leg gets under way at 19.45.

Showbiz, Baby!

Jose Mourinho discusses his new haircut!

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Conor O’Shea urges Italy to end debate over Six Nations relegation and promotion

‘We need to try to end the practice of money being offered to attract top inter-county players to the USA’

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