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Uruguay defeated Ireland by 3-2 in a friendly international in Dublin on Tuesday night.
Uruguay scored after 12 minutes but Shane Long, Ireland's best player responded after 15.
Uruguay scored two more and were looking like easy winners at half time.
However, a penalty from Fahey saw Ireland back in the game but they could never come up with the tie score.
"In light of what happened this past weekend, I let [Floyd] know that he has been suspended indefinitely from football team-related activities," Kelly said. "Football needs to take a backseat at the moment while Michael gets his life in order, and while I don't know when Michael will be reinstated, it will not happen until Michael demonstrates he has successfully modified his behavior and the legal and university disciplinary matters have run their respective courses."
Floyd was arrested by Notre Dame Security Police after running a stop sign. He failed three sobriety tests.
Ireland won an historic victory over England at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin and stopped England's grand slam attempt.
The final score of 24 -8 did justice to an Irish side who outplayed England from the kick off.
Well on top in the first half Ireland relied on the penalty kicking of man of the match Jonathan Sexton,pictured, who kicked four and an unconverted try from Tommy Bowe.
Early in the second half Ireland continue to rout England with Brian O'Driscoll scoring his record 43rd international try and Sexton converted. Ireland 24-England 3.
England did score a try to briefly threaten but Ireland with Ronan O'Gara replacing Jonathan Sexton at out half held on easily for an historic victory
England used all seven substitutes including Jonny Wilkinson in a vain effort to turn the game aorund but Ireland easily took everything thrown at them for an easy victory..
Early in the second half Ireland continue to rout England with Brian O'Driscoll scoring his record 43 international try and Sexton converted. Ireland 24-England 3.
Ireland led England 17-3 at half time with yet another Jonathan Sexton penalty adding to three he scored earlier and a Tommy Bow unconverted try.England's solitary response was a penaty by Flood. They also had a player sin binned as Ireland ran rampant.
Ireland lead England 17-3 with yet another Jonathan Sexton penalty adding to three he scored earlier and a Tommy Bow unconverted try.England's solitary response was a penaty by Flood. They also had a player sin binned as Ireland ran rampant.
Tommy Bowe went over for a try after a quickly taken penalty by Jonathan Sexton after half an hour. Sexton missed the conversion failing to add to his three earlier penalty goals
Jonathan Sexton kicked a third straight penalty but it could have been much better as Brian O' Driscoll's try was called back for a forward pass.
Ireland took a 6-0 nil lead after fifteen minutes in rugby international after two Jonathan Sexton penalties.
A bright start for Ireland against England as Jonny Sexton converts a penalty after five minutes.
Ireland 3 England 0
Ireland were outraged after Wales defeated them in the rugby international in Cardiff by 19- 13 on an illegal try.
A try by Brian O'Driscoll after only three minutes gave Ireland a lead they never lost in the first half against Wales in Cardiff in a very exciting game
A last second penalty gave Ireland a 13-9 lead at the half with all to play for in the second half.
O'Gara kicked the penalty as he had kicked one earlier
Ireland were plagued by penalties again during the first period and were made to suffer by some excellent goal kicking by Wales.
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Kelly who comes to New York on March 16th for a charity dinner told the Times that when he arrived at Notre Dame there was a negative attitude that he had to remove.
"Everyone talked about what was wrong with Notre Dame; there wasn’t a consistency. There were too many head coaches here. There was no consistency, for whatever the reasons the changes were made, right or wrong. Going into our off-season workouts with our guys, Year 2 is a lot different than Year 1."
Beating England at cricket is the equivalent of Ireland beating the Yankees, Alex Rodriguez, Derek Jeter etc. at baseball.
Yet Ireland have pulled of an incredible miracle in the cricket World Cup in Bangalore.