We’ll Leave It There So: Dundalk duo make the cut, Heaslip nominated and the rest of today’s sport
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- Dundalk duo Daryl Horgan and Andy Boyle make the final Ireland squad as Martin O’Neill cuts it down to 28
- Jamie Heaslip is on a six-man shortlist to be named World Rugby Player of the Year
- ACL damage has ruled Jordi Murphy out for up to 9 months as 6 players link up with the Ireland squad
- Wexford Youths are seeking compensation from Galway United’s over their ‘unprofessional’ pursuit of Shane Keegan
Ger Cunningham is placing a heavy emphasis on youth by leaving out some big name Dublin players out of his hurling squad for 2017
Cork kingpins Glen Rovers are through to a first AIB Munster senior club hurling final in 40 years
- Tommy Conroy and St Vincent’sused the pain of their 2015 county final defeat to spur them on this year
- Ireland are back in the top five of the world rugby ranking after their thrilling victory against the All Blacks in Chicago on Saturday
- Geoffrey Claffey and Niall Carty, both former Roscommon captains, have retired from inter-county football
- Johnny Sexton has been given the all-clear for Ireland while Ulster’s Paddy Jackson rejoins the squad after missing the trip to Chicago
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- The Raiders have laid down a Super Bowl marker as the Cowboys keep rolling
- Robbie Keane vows to continue MLS career even if he has to leave Galaxy
- Manny Pacquiao is eyeing a Floyd Mayweather rematch after dominant Vegas display
- Ashley Cole apologises for penalty miss amid Steven Gerrard retirement rumours
- UFC star Jon Jones is suspended for one year following failed drugs test
The Best Thing We Shared
Martin O’Neill named squad 28-man squad for the Fifa World Cup Qualifier against Austria.
BREAKING: Martin O'Neill has named a squad of 28 for the upcoming FIFA World Cup Qualifier against Austria. #COYBIG pic.twitter.com/Avchaf5QNo
— FAIreland ⚽️🇮🇪 (@FAIreland) November 7, 2016
On The Record
Conor McGregor’s upcoming opponent Eddie Alvarez thinks he’s getting inside the Dubliner’s head.
This guy is so offensive-minded and never on the defensive that whenever you put him on the defence he gets so flustered and so upset. At a certain point in our conference call, he started to get desperate. He started talking about my wife and kids and things like that. For me, it’s a sign of desperation.You don’t talk about another man’s family unless you’re through the roof pissed off.”
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Two-time All-Star hurler Richie Power was thrilled after he helped his club secure a return to senior ranks in Kilkenny yesterday.
Better than any all Ireland #family #oneclub #friends #son #goingbackup pic.twitter.com/z6IARj8TAF
— Richie Power (@power_richie) November 6, 2016
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