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Dublin: 12 °C Tuesday 11 August, 2020

We’ll Leave It There So: Radcliffe pays back Dubs, Walsh hints at Kerry return and the rest of today’s sport

Also featuring Andy Murray on Scottish Independence and the team news for tomorrow’s Pro12 action.

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




 On The Record

“It’s the only thing I haven’t won. I play to win; I don’t play to take part.

“I know last time there was a good bit of frustration in terms of the fact we could have and should have beaten Wales on the day. There were two or three silly, basic errors that cost us tries.

Jamie Heaslip on the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

Where we were today


Our reporter Kevin O’Brien was at the launch of the GAA Asia Games at Croke Park earlier today.

The best thing we shared


Donegal have some well-known supporters, but a Teddy Bears Picnic is certainly one of the stranger ones.

The fixture list

  • All the Irish sides feature in the Pro12 tomorrow, with Connacht taking on Leinster, Munster facing Zebre and Ulster up against Cardiff Blues.
  • Two League of Ireland games take place tomorrow, with Bray playing St Pat’s and Bohs travelling to Athlone.
  • There’s one NFL game in the early hours of Friday morning (Irish time) with the Buccaneers taking on the Falcons.
  • Two very famous Irish sporting figures, Eamon Dunphy and John Giles, will be coming to our office tomorrow.

Showbiz, baby

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This brilliant local radio montage will get you pumped for the All-Ireland final.

“I’d like to see Kerry win, or I’d like to see Donegal win. I don’t really care so long as someone wins.”


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Ulsterman Chris Farrell enjoying fresh start in Top 14 with Grenoble>

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