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Dublin: 10 °C Tuesday 22 October, 2019

We’ll Leave it There So: Schmidt's new deal, McGregor does Dallas and all today's sport

We’ll also bring you the best Irish sporting advertisement of all time.

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France Cycling Tour de France Germany's Simon Geschke celebrates winning Stage 17 at the Tour de France Source: Peter Dejong


The best thing we shared today

If you haven’t seen Try Hard yet, prepare for the best nine minutes of your day.

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On the record

I think the articles written, some of them were absolutely horrendous. You might see something on the field when you are in the stand and you make something out of it in your head which isn’t the case.”

James O’Donoghue is not a fan of some of what’s been written about Kerry and referees.

Where we were today

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  • Neil Treacy was at the launch of the new Munster rugby jersey and we’ll have interviews with the likes of Simon Zebo in the morning for you.

The fixtures list

  • Shamrock Rovers will hope to overcome a two goal deficit away to Odds BK of Norway in the Europa League second qualifying round.
  • While UCD will have home advantage as they look to overturn a 1-0 deficit against Slovan Bratislava in the same competition.
  • Stage 18 of the Tour de France sees the peloton travel the 186.5km from Gap to St. Jean de Maurienne with one of the best finishes of this year’s Tour.

 Showbiz, baby!

We saw Nick Cummins referred to as ‘The Honey Bear’ on live US TV.

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Where does Top Gun rank in the Tom Cruise canon?”

One of Ireland’s three Tour de France participants dropped out today

This NBA coach proves that being good is far more important than gender

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Steve O'Rourke

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