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# Wait and See

Last year
Hawk-Eye say system has 'no historical issues' but no decision made yet on its use in Sunday's All-Ireland hurling final
The score detection system wrongly disallowed a Galway score last weekend, and was stood down for the rest of the weekend.
All time
Six Nations CEO would be 'very cautious' about adding South Africa to tournament
In other news, the 2022 Women’s Six Nations will once again run in a standalone window.
U20 and minor competitions set to return before Christmas as Leinster confirm some fixtures
Galway and Dublin are waiting to play in the All-Ireland U20 football final.
Sexton says he may be okay for England date next weekend
Ireland captain limped off with a hamstring tweak in tonight’s win over Wales.
'It’s the next two weeks which will really determine whether he’s up and running'
Joey Carbery has been back on his feet this week but it’s unclear if he’ll be fit for the World Cup.
'Cold storage' MEPs in limbo will have 'no status' in the European Parliament until the UK leaves the EU
Ireland was allotted an additional two seats as part of the redistribution of seats due to UK’s vote to leave the European Union.
Declan Rice: International call is one of the hardest decisions I will make
West Ham defender won’t rush into declaring for either Ireland or England.
'Alexis Sanchez is still a top-class player' - Man Utd star will come good, says Robson
The ex-Red Devils captain has backed the Chilean to rediscover his form.
Chrissy McKaigue isn't a fan of the Super 8 but hails Paraic Duffy as 'a tremendous leader'
The Slaughtneil star feels that club GAA is the ‘biggest jewel in the GAA’s crown’.
SIPTU still won't say if they'll join water charge protests
It depends on what emerges from talks with other unions, they say.
Frances Fitzgerald still can't say if she has confidence in her most senior civil servant
The Justice Minister will await the outcome of an independent review into her new department before deciding on Brian Purcell who today said he will answer questions about the findings of the Guerin report before TDs and Senators.
McLeish optimistic on Given's groin injury
Giovanni Trapattoni faces the prospect of losing his preferred keeper for the Euro 2012 qualifier against Slovakia.