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We’ll Leave It There So: Keane blasts Fergie, hurler of the year, and all of today’s sport

Also, Dublin U21 star Shane Carty opened up about his battle with depression.

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On The Record

It was kind of like putting up a mask not only to my teammates but also to my family and friends. It was constant. But inside, there was something wrong. The last six months were particularly difficult, I had thoughts of ending my life.It was getting that hard — it was a very scary thing and something I didn’t think would come into my head. That caused my anxiety to build up. It just slowly deteriorated.

Dublin U21 player Shane Carty candidly explains his battle with depression.

The best thing we shared

“We own Bills.” Apparently that’s how you tell your daughter you have spent $1.4 billion on a NFL franchise.

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The fixture list

  • In the Pro12, Connacht take on Treviso in Italy (19.00) tomorrow, while Munster host the Scarlets at Thomond Park (19.35).
  • There are lots of EURO 2016 qualifiers, including Netherlands v Kazakhstan, Belgium v Andorra, and Bulgaria v Croatia (all 20.45)

Showbiz, baby

Mixed martial arts’ growth in recent times continued as a giant banner featuring UFC star Conor McGregor took pride of place on O’Connell Street in Dublin.

UFC Source: Andrew McGahon/Twitter

Surely if phones were so dangerous on a plane they wouldn’t be allowed on board?!

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O’Connell Street taken over by ‘The Fighting Irish’

Second Captains Live makes solid outing on third series return

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