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Rice, the Ra and women at work: It's your sporting Tweets of the Week
Twitter was aflame this week, here’s what you may have missed.
# tweet nothings
Give it dad 'til the end of the season! It's Tweets of the Week
Here’s the pick of the social media this week.
# The Twitterati
Anger over Declan Rice, making history for Ireland, Roma's rap name and more tweets of the week
Also featuring Ronan O’Gara and Ronnie Whelan.
# tweet nothings
The doping genre, Roy's lie detector and Pa Pa L'Americano! It's your Tweets of the Week
We’ve got video games, book ideas and a sweet sponsorship deal right here waiting for ya.
# tweet nothings
Zebo's new chapter, England's big penalty party and more Tweets of the Week
# tweet nothings
'Every game is a chance to put a marker down, a step closer to that jersey': Deegan delivering on 2014 promise
From apparently challenging Jamie Heaslip as a 17-year-old , the Leinster number eight is now walking the walk.
# tweet nothings
'Social media has no impact on my life': Rory Gallagher statement after Donegal departure
The outgoing manager has ‘no interest’ in Facebook and Twitter.
# tweet nothings
White House ordered to save all of Trump's tweets - even the ones he deleted or changed
The 45th president of the US has been using two different accounts since his inauguration.
# tweet nothings
Twitter to clamp down on trolls as new safety features unveiled
Twitter bosses said they will not tolerate the abuse of its users by nameless accounts.
# tweets trolley
ROG's APB for Cronin and more sporting tweets of the week
We also have important news about a toilet and WIll Carling.
# trending
From Ireland at the Euros to Donald Trump: Here's what got us talking in 2016
Sporting glories and controversies mixed with political shocks made sure we always had something to talk about.