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Wednesday 29 November 2023 Dublin: 2°C

# Niall O'Brien

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Man arrested over Limerick student's death to appear before Greek judicial investigator
The 20-year-old Irish suspect may be sent to jail before a trial.
Man arrested in connection with death of 22-year-old Limerick man in Greece
Niall O’Brien died on the Greek island of Ios after being struck by another male, police said.
Tributes paid to Limerick sportsman who died overnight on Greek island
Niall O’Brien, aged in his 20s, died after sustaining serious head injuries.
End of an era as Niall O'Brien calls time on 16-year international career
The wicket-keeper/batsman played an integral role in Irish cricket’s success over the last decade.
'It will be emotional for a lot of people. I'll keep my sunglasses on to hide a few tears'
Kevin and Niall O’Brien describe what it will mean to step onto the field as Test cricketers later today.
DIT progress to Fitzgibbon Cup semi-finals for the first time after late rally shocks UCD
Westmeath’s Niall O’Brien led the way for DIT.
O'Brien inspires NUI Galway to secure Fitzgibbon Cup quarter-final berth
Two goals in the first quarter from Mark Aylward were not enough for DCU.
Niall O'Brien seals Leicestershire switch
The Ireland international moves to Grace Road after six seasons with Northamptonshire.
World T20: Porterfield backs himself to lead Irish challenge
Ireland and the West Indies meet in a Super 8 eliminator match on Monday afternoon in Colombo.
O'Brien looks to make amends in T20 World Cup shootout
It will be winner takes all when Ireland take on the West Indies on Monday and Niall O’Brien is relishing the prospect.
Ireland cruise past Zimbabwe in T20 warm-up
Ireland’s cricketers beat Zimbabwe by a comfortable 54 runs in Colombo on Thursday morning.
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Monday’s misery is that little bit further away now. Here’s all the sports news you need to know this fine morning.
Same faces as Westmeath prepare for Galway
Brian Hanley has stuck with the same starting XV for Sunday’s Leinster SHC quarter-final against Galway.
McCann and Sorensen called into Ireland squad for World T20 qualifiers
Ireland have named a familiar-looking squad for next month’s World Twenty20 qualifying tournament in the United Arab Emirates.
Howzat: Niall O'Brien cashes in after BPL auction
Ireland’s wicket-keeper is in line for €62K pay day. But that could affect Ireland’s World Cup chances.
Indian star Singh offers to replace O'Brien's bats
Reports also suggest that the Irish team have been fined after a dressing-room door was damaged during Sunday’s game.
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Barcelona and Shakhtar advance to the Champions League quarter-finals, Irish cricketer is accused of dressing room damage, and GAA reject Friday Night Lights proposal.
Cricket hero O'Brien's bats stolen at World Cup
Ireland’s wicket-keeper Niall O’Brien – whose innings against India gave the hosts a major shock – reports six bats missing.