We’ll Leave It There So: Good news for Brady, Ryder Cup picks and today’s sport


Henry Shefflin Jr and Sr meet All-Ireland camogie champions Kilkenny at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin. Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

Good news Ireland fans — the injury Robbie Brady sustained for Norwich at the weekend doesn’t appear to be as serious as first feared.Rob Kearney has suffered another setback after picking up a knee injury in Saturday’s Pro12 defeat to Glasgow.Teenage swimmer Nicole Turner will compete in her third Paralympic Games final tonight when she contests the 200m individual medley event. Her fourth place finish in the heats earlier today was enough to see her advance.Andy Lee has expressed his desire to return to the ring and the Limerick native is already eyeing up a bout with Danny Jacobs or Gennady Golovkin.Connacht wing Niyi Adeolokun has agreed a new deal with the province that will see him stay put until at least the summer of 2019.Irish boxer Michael Conlan has confirmed he will definitely be turning professional but he won’t be back in the ring until next year.Away

Great Britain’s Will Bayley celebrates winning the Class 7 men’s singles table tennis gold medal match at the Paralympics. Source: Adam Davy

United States Ryder Cup captain Davis Love III has named Rickie Fowler, JB Holmes and Matt Kuchar as three of his four wildcard picks for the event at Hazeltine later this month.Tyson Fury missed a media gig to promote his heavyweight rematch with Wladimir Klitschko after his car reportedly broke down.Brive out-half Matthieu Ugalde is yet to hear whether he will face further action following an alleged eye gouge in a Top14 clash against Grenoble.Manchester United became the first British football club to earn in excess of half a billion pounds in a single year, it emerged today.Former middleweight champion Luke Rockhold will meet Ronaldo ‘Jacare’ Souza for a second time when the pair square off at UFC Fight Night 101 in Melbourne in November.Crystal Palace defender Pape Souare was airlifted to hospital after sustaining thigh and jaw injuries in a motorway car crash.The Best Thing We Shared

We’ve been watching this goal from yesterday’s camogie final for well over 24 hours and still haven’t got sick of it. The build-up was nearly as good as the finish.

 Where we were today

Johnny Sexton at Leinster training in UCD today. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

Murray Kinsella was at Leinster rugby training this afternoon, Kevin O’Brien caught up with Alan Brogan ahead of the All-Ireland football final and Ryan Bailey is continuing to fly The42 flag at the Paralympics in Rio.

On the Record

Connacht coach Pat Lam says the province can’t afford to bring in international players on short-term deals in an attempt to deal with their injury issues.

The Fixture ListThe Champions League is back tomorrow night with Celtic, Arsenal and Manchester City in action. The Scottish champions are in Barcelona to take on Luis Enrique’s charges, while in Group C’s other game City host Borussia Mönchengladbach. Arsene Wenger’s side get their campaign under way with a difficult trip to Paris Saint-Germain. All games kick-off at 19.45.Tomorrow is also a busy night in the English Championship with the likes of Newcastle, Norwich and Leeds in action.The Paralympics continue in Brazil tomorrow and a number of Irish athletes will be competing, including Nicole Turner (swimming, 13.38), Aibhe Kelly (swimming, 15.18), Phillip Eaglesham (shooting, 17.00), and John Twomey, Ian Costello and Austin O’Carroll (sailing, 17.30)In the NFL, the Los Angeles Rams, in their first game since the franchise’s return to southern California, travel to San Francisco to take on the 49ers at 3am tomorrow morning.Showbiz, baby!

The altar at St Mary’s Church in Westport has been spruced up ahead of this weekend’s All-Ireland final against Dublin.

Source: St Mary’s Church Westport

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