Pictured in today’s Irish News is a game of cat and mouse being played in Hilltown, Co Down. Were not sure who looks more scared the cat or the mouse? Emma. Picture: Lawrence Matthews
Pictured in today’s Metro Herald is a bubble eye goldfish at a fish exhibiton as part of China’s National Day holiday events. The fish exhibition was part of China’s National Day holiday events in Beijing which took place yesterday. China observed its 62nd Independence anniversary on Saturday. Much more intriguing than your average Goldfish. Emma.
Today’s Sports Picture of the Day is from last nights Europa League clash between Shamrock Rovers and Tottenham Hotspurs at White Hart Lane. Rovers took a shock 1-0 lead through Stephen Rice’s 50th minute goal, however the Premier League outfit ended up running out 3-1 winners. Spurs boss Harry Redknapp paid tribute to the travelling team and their supporters saying, “Credit to Shamrock Rovers. When they scored we were in trouble. Look at their fans out there, they’re magnificent.”
Today’s ‘Sports Picture of the Day’ comes courtesy of the Irish Examiner which shows the Shamrock Rovers’ players being put through their paces during a training session at White Hart Lane last night. Rovers take on Tottenham Hotspurs tonight in the Europa League.
Today’s Sports Picture of the Day comes courtesy of the Irish Daily Mirror. Last night saw Carlos Tevez go on strike and refuse to go onto the pitch in a crucial Champions League Group games with Bayern Munich. It is the latest in a string of high profile bust-ups between The Argentinean and the Manchester City boss, Roberto Mancini. The Italian has vowed never to play Tevez again, “But if we want to improve as a team Carlos can’t play with us. With me, he is finished”.
Nollaig Cleary of Cork manages to come through a sea of tackles by Monaghan’s Sharon Courtney, Grainne McNally and Aoife McAnespie during yesterday’s All-Ireland final which Cork won on a scoreline of 2-7 to 0-11 points.
It’s a dog’s life The term ‘it’s a dog’s life’ was given a new twist this week in Co. Clare, as detailed in Monday’s Irish Daily Mirror, when Mark Flynn and his dog Jessie went surfing in Lahinch in aid of the Irish Guide Dogs for the Blind. The pair were a number of man and dog combos to compete in the event which was organised by My Pet Review and Lahinch Surf School. As the day went on and the waves got bigger it turned into a complete Doggie Paddle… The Forest Boy On Tuesday, The Star, showed pictures
Last Sunday will live in the memory for many Dubs, young and old, but none more so than Stephen Molloy from Summerhill who somehow managed to get onto the pitch after the final whistle. Molly (27) was the only fan to be involved in the celebrations and evaded to attention of all the stewards. In what is a remarkable story, Steven was involved in all the team photographs and even did a lap of honour with the team holding Sam Maguire up to the Hill.
Pictured in today’s Irish Daily Mirror is an unsuccessful polar bear. It looks like this polar bear couldn’t catch a cold let alone a fish! The young animal thought his luck was in when he found a hole in the ice and plunged his giant paw in hoping to grab a meal. It became apparent after sometime that this unlucky polar bear had picked the only place in the whole area where there were no fish or seals. He waited hours on end for some unsuspecting creature to swim by, to no avail. Sitting by a hole in the
Today’s Irish Daily Mail depicts Cian Healy in laid back mode, quite literally, during a training session in New Zealand. Being propped up by fellow forward, Tony Buckley, Healy rests up before Ireland’s next match against Russia.