The round 2 qualifier draw of the 2018 All-Ireland senior football championship took place this morning on Morning Ireland on RTE Radio 1 and involved all of the defeated provincial semi-finalists against the round 1 winners.
"It was no goal, and it's after costing us a point. But it's dog eat dog in Munster, so it is. We've to come back up here next Sunday and beat Limerick now. When you're not having any luck, you're not having any luck. But I'm so proud of the lads."
The Head of Sport Ireland's anti-doping committee has insisted that the GPA was made aware that its members would have to provide their home address to drug testers for them to receive their Government grants.
Carlow and Longford were the surprise packets of the weekend while Cork provided evidence against Tipperary to suggest that rumours of their demise may have been greatly exaggerated. Check out our team of the week...
"It wouldn't be in our DNA to give in or to accept it. We'll fight to the very end, to minute 72 of the fourth game or 73 or 74, whatever it takes. We will be working as hard as we possibly can trying to stay in this Championship. Same as the other four teams in Munster."
Surfers at Huntington Beach in California were a little bit surprised to see hurlers join them in the water and footballers train under the pier in preparation for this weekend's West Coast Sevens in San Diego.