Keane as a leprechaun and McGregor drinks Guinness – Wednesday’s sporting social

Roy Keane and Conor McGregor

Sports stars and clubs across the world continue to provide an insight into their lives on social media.

Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the best examples from March 17.

St Patrick’s Day

Conor McGregor (Instagram Story)


Sugar Ray Leonard became a Leeds fan.

Jeff Stelling was reminded of how hard Raith Rovers can be to say!

Luke Shaw was grateful to have been named Manchester United’s player of the month.

Ian Wright wished his former team-mate a happy birthday.

Liverpool, Barcelona and Manchester United turned the clock back.


Eoin Morgan felt touched after Jos Buttler’s speech before his 100th T20 for England.

Ben Stokes also paid tribute to the England limited-overs skipper.

Sam Curran and Jofra Archer revelled in another England win.

Steve Smith was looking to develop the next generation’s cricket skills.


LeBron James unleashed his inner Stone Cold.


You don’t see that every day.

Motor Racing

Tributes for Sabine Schmitz.


The rematch is getting closer.

Frank Bruno reflected on Roman Kemp’s ‘Our Silent Emergency’ documentary.

Rugby League

A big day for the Mose Masoe Foundation.

American Football

Trent Williams reportedly became the highest paid offensive lineman in NFL history. His annual wage was said to be $23,010,000 – just $10k higher than record-holder David Bakhtiari.


Usain Bolt was giving back.


Sir Ben Ainslie congratulated Team New Zealand on their America’s Cup victory.


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