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In Pictures: Australia 36-80 Ireland

Updated: Friday, 28 Oct 2011 13:07

Australia and Ireland met at Etihad Stadium to contest the first Test of the 2011 International Rules Series Tadhg Kennelly of Ireland and Angus Monfries of Australia Michael Murphy of Ireland evades Australia's Angus Monfries Zac Tuohy gets a jersey-swap request from Mitch Robinson Steven McDonnell is trampled by Easton Wood Tadhg Kennelly was class in a glass for the duration of the encounter Eamonn Callaghan lobbed home an excellent poacher's goal for Ireland Brian and Jim Stynes were both in attendance for the Test match Tommy Walsh made his presence felt across the park Brendan Murphy tracks down David Wojcinski of Australia Paddy Kelly of Ireland finds Bernie Vince a tenacious opponent Somebody lost their handbag midway through and things kicked off Leighton Glynn celebrates his goal Steven McDonnell also notched a six-pointer Emmet Bolton was taken from the field following a collision Tadhg Kenelly continued to lead from the front as Ireland soared out of sight Ireland's victory margin of 44 points is the biggest winning margin in the history of International Rules meetings between the two countries
Australia and Ireland met at Etihad Stadium to contest the first Test of the 2011 International Rules Series Tadhg Kennelly of Ireland and Angus Monfries of Australia Michael Murphy of Ireland evades Australia's Angus Monfries Zac Tuohy gets a jersey-swap request from Mitch Robinson Steven McDonnell is trampled by Easton Wood Tadhg Kennelly was class in a glass for the duration of the encounter Eamonn Callaghan lobbed home an excellent poacher's goal for Ireland Brian and Jim Stynes were both in attendance for the Test match Tommy Walsh made his presence felt across the park Brendan Murphy tracks down David Wojcinski of Australia Paddy Kelly of Ireland finds Bernie Vince a tenacious opponent Somebody lost their handbag midway through and things kicked off Leighton Glynn celebrates his goal Steven McDonnell also notched a six-pointer Emmet Bolton was taken from the field following a collision Tadhg Kenelly continued to lead from the front as Ireland soared out of sight Ireland's victory margin of 44 points is the biggest winning margin in the history of International Rules meetings between the two countries

View a selection of images from Ireland's International Rules victory over Australia at Etihad Stadium, Melbourne.

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