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We'll Leave it There So: Agony for Mickelson, Ireland's Fifa rankings boost and all today's sport

Plus, two League of Ireland clubs were in action in Europe.

Steven Beattie with Paulinho Cork's Steven Beattie with Paulinho of BK Hacken during tonight's UEFA Europa League Second Qualifying Round First Leg. Source: Bobbo Lauhage/INPHO

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British Open Golf Phil Mickelson of the United States reacts after missing a birdie putt on the 18th green. Source: Matt Dunham

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There were bizarre scenes at the Tour de France today, as Chris Froome ran up Mont Ventoux after damaging his bike in a crash.
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On The Record

It’s not going at the pace that I would like… But still there are regular meetings with the clubs on the matter. I’m due to sit down with (the senior barrister representing the Premier Division clubs) Michael Cush on the matter the week before the AGM — there’s a week being set aside.”

John Delaney on the League of Ireland’s current rate of progress.

The Fixture List

  • There are two League of Ireland Premier Division matches tomorrow, including Shamrock Rovers v Bohemians.

Showbiz, Baby!

Former Premier League striker Leon McKenzie will fight for the British super-middleweight title in November.

George Groves v Andrea Di Luisa - Copper Box Arena Source: PA Wire/Press Association Images

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