Catch up with Ronan O'Gara and Ruby Walsh breakfast

This morning rugby and racing legends, Ronan O'Gara and Ruby Walsh were guests of honour at the Clarion Hotel in Cork for a special Irish Examiner sponsored breakfast.

And if that wasn’t enough, Donal Lenihan, offered his thoughts on the Six Nations while the country’s top tipster Pat Keane marked everyone's card for the Cheltenham Festival.

A taste of what emerged during the breakfast and which will be highlighted in print and online by the Irish Examiner over the next few days can be seen below.

If you did not make the breakfast don’t worry, you can review the action from the Clarion Hotel in the window below.

If you want to join the debate, it couldn’t be an simpler: Just send us your observation on what you've read via twitter using the #rogruby and watch the debate unfold below.


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