A selection of funny dog photos in Irish sport.
There's nothing warms the heart of Irish sports fans quite as much as a dog invading the pitch. If it's a person who does it then we brand them as idiots but when a dog successfully makes their way onto the pitch then they are of course a genius.
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Let's get this one out of the way. Tony McEntee has no time for dogs, so we have no time for Tony McEntee.
The first of many Gerry Kinneavy chasing dogs photos.
His colleague John Bannon had no interest in refereeing after he got distracted by this fella.
Don't kick him, please don't kick him!
Rex has just been ordered to bring back the match sliotar he hid earlier.
This guy struggles to pass the Garda straight line walk test after spending too long in Quinns before the match.
Sandy Cohen has to be removed with force after refusing to leave the pitch when he was sent off for a four-footed tackle. (not technically GAA)
Like a young man being escorted to the door by the bouncer after he's just gotten sick, this dog knows the game is up.
Terrence Terry gets his marching orders after accusing the official of dying his hair.
Things started off friendly enough between the Australians and the Irish...
...But it was merely a stare-down to see who would pounce first...
...And of course it was the Australians who dealt the first blow
There's Gerry Kinneavy again
Loves dogs, he does
Shameful scenes in Clones, Co Monaghan
John Mullane loves dogs and dogs love John Mullane
Mark Little takes cynical fouling in Ulster to a whole new level.
Laughs aplenty as the lads finally realise Misty had the sliotar hidden behind his ear the whole time.
An unamused Dick Clerkin tries to forcefully remove this dog from the field.
He has no qualms telling him where to go; that is until the linesman intervenes and....
...explains that the dog is actually the referee.
Poor Buster has to be carried off after suffering a suspected broken metatarsal when taking a 45.
The referee has no time for this 21st Century pre-match drill nonsense and refuses to let this trainer set up.
A very young Shaggy gets ready to come for Leinster ( also not technically GAA)
'Game over. My ball and mam says I have to go home for dinner.'
OK OK, I'll leave