Well Leave it There So Six Nations bonus points AllIreland final refs

first_img Nov 30th 2016, 7:48 PM By Paul Fennessy Ireland women’s rugby Grand Slam winner and refereeing pioneer Joy Neville and Munster rugby players Mike Sherry and Duncan Casey pictured at the Cycle Against Suicide launch at the University of Limerick. Source: Picture Credit Brian Gavin Press 22HomeAll-Ireland final replay referee Maurice Deegan has admitted he made a mistake in not showing a black card for Dublin’s John Small.Ireland international Dan Tuohy is in talks with Bristol over a switch from Ulster.Thomas Barr’s Olympic exploits have been recognised as he won the national athletics award today.West Brom winger James McClean has revealed he felt “a bit insulted” by then-Ireland boss Giovanni Trapattoni at Euro 2012.2016 finalists CBC and Crescent will meet in a first-round Munster Senior Cup showdown.Away Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho. Source: PA Wire/PA Images 16,227 Views Follow us: the42.ie 2 Comments Jose Mourinho has been hit with a touchline ban for kicking a water bottle.Former darts champion Eric Bristow has apologised for his widely condemned football sex abuse comments.Gareth Southgate has finally been named as England’s permanent manager on a four-year deal.The Six Nations will introduce bonus points in 2017.Wales could look to cap Liverpool’s youngest-ever scorer, Ben Woodburn, against Ireland to fend off England’s interest.Weeks after retiring, Jessica Ennis-Hill will receive a third world title.Top Brasileirao clubs are to offer free loan deals to Chapecoense.The Best Thing We SharedCheck out this documentary on the remarkable rise of the Fiji sevens team, from a tiny island to the world’s biggest stage. Source: HSBC/YouTubeOn The RecordTony Bellew, you’re a bellend, and you’re going to get knocked out.”David Haye gave his fight with Tony Bellew the hard sell this afternoon.Where we were today Source: Matt Browne/SPORTSFILEFintan O’Toole was at the GAA’s launch of The Referees Handbook and a briefing on the ‘Mark’ rule.The Fixture ListThere is one Championship match taking place tomorrow, as QPR face Wolves.Showbiz, Baby!The new Mayo GAA jersey was unveiled earlier today. Share5 Tweet Email We’ll Leave it There So: Six Nations bonus points, All-Ireland final ref’s admission and all today’s sport Plus, former darts champion Eric Bristow has apologised for his widely condemned football sex abuse comments. http://the42.ie/3112274 Zidane and Luis Enrique tangled in identity politics>Sports can help you live longer, but some have a bigger effect than others> Wednesday 30 Nov 2016, 7:48 PM Short URL The42 is on Instagram! Tap the button below on your phone to follow us! Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more