We’ll Leave It There So: Strike in Spanish football, McIlroy v Scholes & Neville and today’s sport

Clontarf RFC captain Sam Cronin and Ron Boucher, captain of Lansdowne RFC at the Ulster Bank League Division 1A final media day. Source: Morgan Treacy/INPHO

HomeThe GPA and the Women’s GPA have officially backed a Yes vote in this month’s marriage referendum.New Sky Sports GAA pundit Jim McGuinness has revealed that he will be taking up a bigger coaching role with Celtic. The FAI Cup second round draw was made today and holders St Patrick’s Athletic will play Shamrock Rovers. See it in full here.Ireland’s U17s kick off the European Championship against the Netherlands tomorrow morning.Rory McIlroy and One Direction’s Niall Horan have been paired with former Manchester United Paul Scholes and Phil Neville for the annual BMW PGA Championship pro-am later this month.Ireland striker Kevin Doyle will join Colorado Rapids early after being released by Wolves.AwayThe Spanish Football Federation is to suspend La Liga from 16 May over a TV rights dispute.According to reports, Floyd Mayweather is willing to accept a rematch with Manny Pacquiao.Former Leinster lock Nathan Hines is joining Scotland’s coaching team ahead of the Rugby World Cup. France will interview eight candidates to find a replacement for Philippe Saint-André.The best thing we shared

Olympic gold medallist Bryan Clay pulled his daughter’s loose tooth out using a javelin. That’s a new one.

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Sean Farrell was with Jared Payne, Iain Henderson and Jonny Bell at the Ulster rugby event, while Paul Dollery took in the FAI Cup second round draw.

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The fixture listBarcelona play Bayern Munich in the Champions League. Follow the action here.Ireland’s U17s play the Netherlands in their European Championship opener in Bulgaria (11am Irish time).The Europa League semi-finals see Napoli face Dnipro, while holders Sevilla take on Fiorentina (both 8.05pm kick offs). Showbiz, baby!

Barca full-back Dani Alves showed up the Camp Nou for tonight’s Champions League semi-final first leg looking like a cocktail waiter.