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We’ll Leave It There So: Keane proof-reading, Rihanna unhappy with NFL and the rest of today’s sport

Also, the latest on injuries to Jake Heenan, Sean Henry and Ruan Pienaar.

NEED TO CATCH up? brings you a round-up of today’s sports news…

Roy Keane Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO



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On The Record

“He was a hero of mine when I was growing up and it was a great experience for me. He always texts the boys before the games wishing us luck so we know he is behind us.”

– Donegal stopper Paul Durcan recalls training with Shay Given.

Where we were today

Luke Marshall 16/9/2014 Source: Presseye/Jonathan Porter/INPHO

We spoke to Ulster’s Luke Marshall, with Ian Madigan’s recent move to the centre among the topics discussed.

The best thing we shared

“The grass was a bit long for our liking.”

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Alan Pardew’s list of excuses for Newcastle doing badly will amuse you.

The fixture list

  • St Jude’s take on Whitehall Colmcille, St Sylvester’s face reigning All-Ireland club champions St Vincent’s and Raheny are up against Lucan Sarsfields in tomorrow’s senior football championship second round games, with a number of Dubs stars including Kevin McManamon, Diarmuid Connolly and Cormac Costello in action.
  • The Champions League continues tomorrow, with Bayern Munich v Man City and Chelsea v Schalke among the more notable games.
  • The Ireland women’s team face Germany in a World Cup qualifier at 5pm tomorrow.

Showbiz, baby

RTÉ One will screen not one but six more Conor McGregor documentaries.

Conor McGregor 12/8/2014 Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO

“Stephen’s Grey!”


Selection Box – What are the key questions before Kerry and Donegal pick their teams?>

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