The doping genre, Roy’s lie detector and Pa Pa L’Americano! It’s your Tweets of the Week

1. It takes practice and precision to make the sweet science feel this good I can't even imagine how high these guys were when they created this masterpiece pic.twitter.com/8M5njSPJMF — Mario (@MMLe0) August 15, 2018 Source: Mario/Twitter 2. Inside the peloton, with David O’Doherty  cycling drugs confessional autobiographies where they try to show how, under…

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‘It was funny I didn’t miss it last year but absence makes the heart grow fonder’

IN THE 58TH minute of yesterday evening’s All-Ireland senior camogie championship semi-final between Cork and Tipperary in Semple Stadium, legendary dual star Briege Corkery made her return to the inter-county scene. Briege Corkery (file pic, 2015). Source: Cathal Noonan/INPHO The 17-time All-Ireland winner hadn’t donned a Cork jersey in either code in almost two years…

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Perfect start to the day for Galway as minors collect third All-Ireland hurling crown in four years

Galway 0-21 Kilkenny 0-14 Declan Rooney reports from Croke Park GALWAY CLAIMED A third All-Ireland minor title in four years as ten points from Donal O’Shea and a strong second half showing from Jeffrey Lynskey’s side saw them overtake Kilkenny for victory. Despite trailing by four points early on Galway recovered well and with Diarmuid…

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‘I won’t say it’s unbelievable because I fully believed that we would win today’

TOM MORRISSEY REFUSED to use the word ‘unbelievable’ after Limerick’s All-Ireland triumph, because he always believed that this team would end the Treaty famine. Morrissey’s second-half goal helped Limerick to take control against Galway as they put one hand on the Liam MacCarthy Cup for the first time since 1973. But John Kiely’s side had…

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‘We felt that we were second-class citizens when it came to hurling. We were always the bridesmaids’

LIMERICK FELT LIKE ‘second-class citizens’ during their long, barren years in the hurling wilderness. They’ll enjoy this one. “This group has phenomenal belief in its own ability, its own resolve, and that never-say-die attitude,” Treaty boss John Kiely told RTÉ. “We’ve worked so, so hard and Galway pushed us all the way in that last…

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