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Monday 6 February 2023 Dublin: 5°C

# The Morning Score

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# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Thursday
Big night in the Champions League, Keano on the move and Kerry are humbled.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Chelsea in action, Declan Kidney prepares to name side to face Wales and more tears.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Friday
Ireland’s cricket side get going out east, the World MatchPlay continues and it’s a busy weekend of Premier League football ahead.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Spurs clinch a dramatic win in Italy, Contador gets off the hook and Tony McCoy faces a dilemma.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Monday
Ireland edged out in Dublin, Cork off and running and Tiger loses out again.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Thursday
A busy night of international football, the build-up to the showdown with the French continues and Paddy Harrington is stateside.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Ireland kick off their Nations Cup bid against Wales in Dublin on a busy midweek for international football.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Friday
Six Nations excitement, the Super Bowl hype reaches a crescendo and the action continues in Qatar.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Thursday
A good night for the Irish in the Premier League, the golfers head to Qatar and Arizona, while we gear ourselves up for Superbowl Sunday.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Wednesday
One busy night in the Premier League, bad news for an Irish star and the Super Bowl hoves into view.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Tuesday
We’re recovering in a dark room after yesterday’s transfer madness, Declan Kidney prepares to announce his Six Nations team and one inter-county manager reveals the effect the recession has on his squad.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Friday
Massive bid for Torres, Ireland’s rugby players are wrapped in cotton wool and Irish NFL fans’ hopes take a hit.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Thursday
One country has their first Grand Slam finalist, the Sky Sports sexism row takes yet more twists and Declan Kidney’s team room is half empty.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Tuesday
The GPA lands a handy wedge from Croke Park in their historic new deal, Robbie Keane told where to go by Trap and more damaging footage of Andy Gray is released.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Monday
The Irish provinces learn their European opponents, Tyrone welcome back their coach and the pressure mounts on Sky’s presenters.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Friday
Pádraig Harrington gets an awful shock, Leinster gear up for French clash and Denis Walsh picks an experimental Cork side for their first game of the season.
The Morning Score: Thursday
An Irishman leads in Abu Dhabi, Nasri stars in Leeds replay and the FAI face a day in court.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Wednesday
One Irish boxing hero bows out in a shock retirement, Tyrone’s footballers return to action and two of Trap’s strikers get their names on the scoresheet.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Tuesday
The transfer window suddenly gets a bit more interesting – apart for Robbie Keane.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Monday
The Morning Score: the end of an era for Munster, United stay unbeaten and the Dubs click into gear.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Friday
The two unhappy Bohs players are identified publicly, another Irishman at Celtic Park is targeted and Declan Kidney’s injury worries worsen.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Thursday
Bohs face a winding up order in the High Court, mixed news for Leinster and Munster ahead of the Heineken cup action this weekend and Tipp ponder new sponsors.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Tributes for Michaela McAreavey, no answer from the FAI on Ballon D’Or vote confusion and Hawk-Eye set for Croker.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Tuesday
The world of GAA mourns Michaela Harte, King Kenny is getting comfortable on his throne and two Irish boxers are set to clash at last.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Monday
G-Mac misses out despite course record in Hawaii, Declan Kidney has fresh injury worries while Kenny gets into the swing of things with a referee rant.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Friday
Roy Keane loses his job, several other managers are on the brink and England wrap up the Ashes.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Thursday
An amazing night in the Premier League, Robbie’s move from Spurs is in doubt and the IRFU tie in one Irish player to a new contract.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Munster wait on injury update, one Irish winger could be heading back to where it all started and Cork name their hurling captain.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Tuesday
A famous nine-dart finish, Keane’s head is on the block and there’s mixed injury news for Ireland’s provinces.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Christmas Eve
The bad weather continues to bite as sport over the festive period is hit.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Thursday
Paul O’Connell sweats on final decision, Robbie Keane scuppers his proposed move and racing chiefs watch the skies.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Munster lodge an appeal against Paul O’Connell ban, the axe is set to fall in Cork again and Rafa is out of a job.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Robbie looks East, one GAA legend moves on and fat men of the world slowly applaud a new hero.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Monday
An Irishman takes the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award, the Cats lose another player to retirement and the Late Late welcomes the GAA’s biggest star.
# Ipswich Town
The Morning Score: Friday
Paul O’Connell ponders his next move after his ban yesterday, another Irish star considers a big, big move and Roy Keane says he doesn’t fear the Reaper – whatever happens this week.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Thursday
Paul O’Connell suits up for crunch ERC hearing, Roy Keane goes missing and a GAA boss takes manager of the year award.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Wednesday
Stephen Ireland thinks about texting Trap, Leinster in line to sign an up-and-coming Ireland star and the Cavan winter training ban furore rumbles on.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Roy Keane did not have a training-ground bust-up, Paul O’Connell gets his date with destiny and saying sorry for a nasty trip.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Monday
Mixed fortunes for Irish sides in Europe, Roy’s on the brink (again) and we have some rare athletics success.
# The Morning Score
The Morning Score: Friday
You’ll never guess who’s coming to visit and was it all a dream for G-Mac?