Today's Triplet: The Stones, a big-ass shark and one of the best hurling scores you'll ever see
Today’s triplet commemorates 50 years of the Rolling Stones, one of the best hurling scores of all time and the unexpected appearance of a big-ass shark on a fishing trip.
Sporting Pick: David Burke's logic-defying point v Kilkenny
Too soon? It’s never too soon to relive a magic moment like the one delivered by Galway’s David Burke in the earth-shattering victory over the Cats on Sunday.
As an over-excited Marty Morrissey yelped during commentary, this really shouldn’t have been a score. How Burke managed to turn, control the sliotar and puck the ball over the bar while all of his limbs were airborne seemed to defy logic and physics but it made for some sight on a day where everything seemed to go right for the Tribesmen.
Daily Download: The Rolling Stones – 'Paint it Black'
50 years ago today, the Rolling Stones played their first ever gig in the Marquee Club in London. We could have chosen any song from their well stocked back catalogue to commemorate the occasion, but a quick straw poll in the office revealed that this was the most popular choice in JOE Towers. Enjoy.
Like the song? Download it here.
Viral Clip: Big-ass shark takes the bait
Amateur fishing enthusiasts will know fine well how long it can take for a single fish to come along let alone a giant shark trying to snap at the end of your fishing line, as occurred in the video below.
The sight of the rather large shark so close to a residential area causes some alarm at first, but the shock soon turns to excitement with everyone present getting a little carried away at a scene that could have turned into the plot for a new Jaws movie. The shark makes a cameo appearance around the 40 second mark.