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Dublin: 16 °C Friday 19 September, 2014

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Raheny United have found out who they will play in the Champions League while there was disappointment for Barry Murphy.

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Another day, another ice bucket challenge. This time it’s Ireland and Aston Villa assistant Roy Keane, who tries to play it cool after nominating Martin O’Neill.

 On the Record

 He’s not a murderer, he’s not a rapist and he’s not a paedophile. It shouldn’t finish his life. People get second chances in life. He’s made a mistake but we’re not going to hang him for it are we? Hopefully he’ll learn from what he’s done.” – QPR boss Harry Redknapp on Malky Mackay’s racist text messages.

The fixture list

  • All six of tonight’s FAI Cup matches are underway. We’ll have reports from the games later this evening.
  • It’s Clare v Antrim (4pm) and Galway v Wexford (6pm) in the All-Ireland U21 championship semi-finals tomorrow.
  • Tomorrow, there are six Premier League fixtures beginning with Aston Villa v Newcastle at 12.45pm.
  • New Zealand play Australia while Argentina take on South Africa tomorrow in the Rugby Championship. 

Showbiz, baby!

Ireland and Leinster rugby star Cian Healy mimes Bonnie Tyler’s classic’ Total Eciplse of the Heart’ wearing a robe and blonde wig. Here’s why.


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