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Friday 9 October 2015
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'Let's go and win in Warsaw' says hero Shane Long
Brent Pope: Sean O'Brien is the key to curbing French magic
Keith Wood: Ireland's French test will be brutal
Video: Watch Martin O'Neill's perfect response to German boss Joachim Low's claims of '100 long balls from Ireland'
Ireland claim historic victory over Germany and qualification is in our own hands
'I'm the Normal One' - New Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp promises title in next four years
TV & Radio
'I want to work in TV' - former Rose of Tralee Maria Walsh
Taylor Swift: 'The world is waiting to see me fail'
Eoghan McDermott: 'I thought Junior Eurovision was going to be gimmicky'
Louis Walsh: I might do I'm A Celebrity but you won't catch me on Strictly
Nadiya wins Great British Bake Off 2015 Final: 'I feel like a giant'
'I'll never allow reality TV cameras at home', reveals Daniel O'Donnell
It's Ascot darling....
The fine fillies from Gloucestershire know how to make a statement with a hat.
This year's race goers have been issued with a strict dress code to prevent bare mid riffs, off the shoulder outfits, streaks from fake tan and mini skirts from entering the Royal Enclosure.
Young Princess Beatrice adds a touch of glamour to proceedings with this piece of head candy.
Even the queen has ditched her traditional pastel ensemble for something more modern.
Never one to miss a top hat moment, Prince Charles waves to the crowd.
Aside from royal watching, the main event takes place on the track.
The Duchess of Cornwall in a more traditional Ascot outfit.
Princess Eugenie wore and elegant outfit topped off with an eye-catching hat.