With some sorrow, architect Karl Diskin is putting his beloved and unique home at No 6 Maryville up on the market. He has found an opportunity for a new-build that he cannot pass up. Let’s see what makes No 6 Maryville special, writes Catherine Shanahan.
No Irish domestic or international football fixtures are currently under threat from the coronavirus but the FAI are in regular contact with government and UEFA about the spread of the disease and say they will follow expert guidance about any measures which may need to be taken.
News of Stanley Johnson’s visit to Chinese officials emerged after he sent an email to environment minister Lord (Zac) Goldsmith and other officials, but mistakenly included the BBC in the email chain.
Will Connors travelled down to Limerick at the weekend with his name on top of Leinster’s dominant tackle chart back at their Dublin training centre and it would not be a surprise to see him remain there following another robust performance for the flanker in this defeat of Munster.
There can be few doubts that Mikel Arteta is a good fit for Arsenal, despite his appointment representing something of a calculated gamble. The North Londoners have famously gambled before on the management front and come up trumps. There is, therefore, no need to get more than medium-sized jitters about the arrival of a man whose profile fits the bill on many levels.
Seven tries to one. A 27-point differential. This Pool 1 Heineken Champions Cup encounter turned into a rout but Leinster were just three points to the good when Jonathan Sexton went down in the tackle four minutes after half-time.
Head coach Dave Rennie will almost certainly leave Glasgow Warriors at the end of this season, most likely to take charge of Australia, although he has also been linked with the New Zealand and Italy jobs. His legacy in Scotland will depend almost entirely on how his team fairs in this European Champions Cup campaign, which kicks-off when Sale Sharks visit Scotstoun Saturday afternoon.