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Sunday 29 May 2016
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Mighty Quinn the big winner but sloppy goal is a concern
Torres: It's the game of my life
Patience can be Leinster's greatest virtue to claim third PRO12 title in four seasons
Rio backs Jose to be Red success
Mourinho: Time to forget the past
North strike three to see off Belarus
TV & Radio
Champion Conor McGregor touches down in Dublin with The Edge
Bruce Forsyth will miss Christmas Strictly after operation
Why Ryan Tubridy was 'moved to tears' at Toy Show rehearsals
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Domhnall's Star Wars charity set to benefit Dublin hospice
When I got to Ireland I instantly felt connected to it and the people - Mara
Top of the class
ST MAC DARA'S: (back row, l-r) Daragh O Connor, Rob Hardy, Niall Cronin , Oisín O'Donnell, Keith Dunne, enda Maher, Emmet McKenna, Cillian O’Hara; (front row, l-r) Alan O’Beirne, Dean Gibbons, Mark Hannon, Bobby Moran, Matty Ryan, Ger Mc Manus, Joseph Mc Manus.
COLAISTE EOIN:(back row, l-r) Sean Mac Craíth, Ben Ó Logáin, Alex Pilkington, Eoin Ó Croíuín, Brian Ó Mhurchú, Eoin Daltuin, Gearoid Mac Murragh, Colm Ó Fearghail, Donal Sutcliffe;Marc Schutte, Eoin Ó Lionsigh, Seachan de Poire, Cian Ó Briain, Arain Ó Murchú, Marc Ó Dubhuir.
Pictured are the Curraha team which beat Drumconrath/Meath Hill by 4-11 to 3-5 to win the 2008 Meath U14 Championship.
ST DECLAN'S:(back row, l-r) Andrew Kelly, Sean McGuinness, Conor Walsh, Eoghan O'Sullivan, Jack Caffrey, Gerard Dodrill, Shane Bonfil, Sean Burke; (front row, l-r) Eamonn Dillon, Craig Gallagher, Eoghan McMahon, Daragh Brogan, Niall McGovern, Dominic Mulligan, Shane Cummin.
COLÁISTE ÉANNA: (back row, l-r) Ronan Cleary, Finian McDonagh, Sean O'Shea, Baz Kehoe, Cillian Moffat, John Breen, Finbarr Furey, John Kehoe, Joseph McCarthy; (front row, l-r) Naoise Maguire, Alan Ryan, Niall Ryan, Gavin Corrigan, Ryan Basquel, Paul Gillen.
Joanna Mills winner inter girls class, with Orla Finn, 2nd and Rebecca McAllsiter,3rd at Kit Kat Irish Schools Combined Events Championships in Santry.
Hartstown Community School.
Arthur Lyons, Leinster Schools U19, involved in the scrum against Ulster Schools during the clash at Donnybrook.
SITUATION: Oisín O'Donnell, Mac Dara's, is held up by Coláiste Eoin's Brian Ó Mhurchú at O Toole Park.