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# Appointed

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Joy Neville makes more history as Nigel Owens gets 100th Test appointment
Meanwhile, Andy Farrell’s Ireland have learned who will be refereeing them this autumn.
Brian Barry-Murphy appointed manager of relegation-threatened League One side
Jimmy Barry-Murphy took charge following Keith Hill’s sacking and was unbeaten in his four games as caretaker manager.
Mary Robinson appointed as chair of The Elders
Robinson is following in the footsteps of Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Kofi Annan.
Coaching merry-go-round sees Clarke take charge of Ospreys forwards
The former Ireland international will replace Jono Gibbes’ brother Chris at the Welsh region.
Cavan appoint new manager for Division 1 return after Hyland departure
The Breffni Men will be managed by Mattie McGleenan next year.
The new Canadian Ambassador to Ireland is a genuine hero
Kevin Vickers killed the gunman who stormed the Canadian parliament.
Women 'talent bank' to improve gender balance on state boards
Last year, female representation on state boards stood at 36.2%.
Ex-Waterford hurling boss Michael Ryan to take over as manager of Tipperary club
Ryan will be in charge of intermediate side St Mary’s (Clonmel).
The 33 managers who will be in the race to land Sam Maguire in 2014
The inter-county Gaelic football managerial merry-go-round has been in full swing over the closed season.
McGuinness completes additions to Donegal backroom team for 2014
The new faces appear in the wake of last week’s high-profile departure of right-hand man Rory Gallagher.
Evening Echo senior executive announced as new Cork GAA administrator
Diarmuid O’Donovan is set to take up the new position that will see him work alongside long-serving secretary Frank Murphy.
Specialist judges to 'speedily' deal with insolvency applications
Minister Shatter said that this is due to the new work for the courts as a result of the Personal Insolvency Bill.
Eamon O'Shea: 'The challenge is to get back to the top two'
Tipperary’s new hurling supremo has spoken for the first time following his ratification last night.
Ryan lands job as Saffron hurling boss
Antrim will have a new man guiding them for the 2013 campaign.
Taoiseach appoints Niall Cody as the new Revenue Commissioner
Cody succeeds the recently retired Michael O’Grady.