We’ll Leave It There So: Jamie’s okay, cricketers name World Cup squad and all today’s sport

Jamie Heaslip’s shoulder injury isn’t as bad as initially feared. Source: Brian Lawless

HomeLeinster and Ireland prop Jack McGrath was cited for stamping on Rory Best during the game against Ulster on Saturday.But there was good news on the injuries to Jamie Heaslip and Marty Moore, with both set to feature in the upcoming Champions Cup matches.The Irish cricket team named their squad for the upcoming World Cup.Nine-time All-Ireland winning coach Eamon Ryan will coach the Cork ladies footballers again next year.Darragh O’Se will fill in for Eamonn Fitzmaurice as Kerry manager in the McGrath Cup this weekend.Work commitments might see Anthony Thompson leave the Donegal panel ahead of this year’s championship.Away

There has been a petition started to keep Ched Evans from playing for Oldham. Source: PA WIRE

 Over 22,000 people have signed a petition against Ched Evans joining Oldham.Barcelona sacked their Director of Football, Andoni Zubizarreta.Former Manchester United assistant manager, Mike Phelan, was appointed as the interim manager of Norwich.England are reportedly going to allow Toulon flanker Steffon Armitage to play in the World Cup despite the fact that he is currently playing outside the country.On the record

AFC Wimbledon striker Adebayo Akinfenwa can allegedly bench press 180 kilos and he hopes to do damage to the Liverpool defence tonight.

Where we were today

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Our rugby reporter Murray Kinsella was at the Leinster press conference to get the update on Jamie Heaslip’s injury.

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Welsh ref Ian Davies did his best Nigel Owens impression when penalising Adam Jones over the weekend.

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Is this what coverage of the rest of Liverpool’s season will sound like?

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