ROG gets burned by Donal Lenihan at Irish Examiner event

ROG gets burned by Donal Lenihan at Irish Examiner event

Notice how Donal Lenihan is dressed up for this morning's Irish Examiner sponsored breakfast in Cork city.

How does he compare with Ronan O'Gara sitting beside him?

Well, Donal let Ronan know what he thought of ROG's effort with some 'gentle ribbing', shall we say.

"These'll be in Brown Thomas in nine months time," says ROG.

To which Donal replies: "I thought they were in Aldi six months ago."

You can see the exchange and more in the video supplied by the Irish Examiner below.

They were there for about an hour, so if you missed it, the newspaper blogged from the event, which also featured another of their esteemed columnists Ruby Walsh. You can look back on it here.

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