Five stories you might have missed from the weekend

Donald Trump's strange speech, Irish success in Olympic qualification and Mary Lou McDonald stopped by Swiss bank CEO

Ireland, Donald Trump, Mary Lou McDonald, Olympics, qualification, camogie, terrorism, Kanye West, paparazzi,

Oliver Dingley, of Shamrock Diving Club, in action during The Mens 3M Final during day two of the British Gas Diving Championships at The Plymouth Life Centre, Plymouth. Picture by: Julian Herbert / PA Archive/Press Association Images

It was a busy weekend in news and sport, so here's what you need to know to get caught up this Monday morning. 

Irish diver Oliver Dingley makes history as he secures Olympic qualification berth

Ireland will have a representative in diving at the Olympics for the first time in nearly seven decades.

23-year-old Dingley, who has previously represented Team GB, finished 11th in the 3m event preliminaries at the Diving World Cup, which was enough to clinch his spot on the plane to Rio.

WATCH: Kanye West stops a fight between two paparazzi 

Although Kanye West is in financial difficulty (by his own admission) he's not too down in the dumps about it to stop a fight breaking out between two paparazzi. 

The incident took place as the rapper was trying to make his way through a heaving crowd of media, each trying to capture video or images of him, or get a response to their questions. 

WATCH: Donald Trump gives strange speech about shooting terrorists with bullets dipped in pig's blood

Donald Trump was on stage ahead of the South Carolina primary on Saturday, and told a very strange story to underline his stance on the best way to deal with the threat of terrorism. 

The crowd in attendance heard the billionaire real-estate mogul, who went on to win the primary, regale them with a tail of General John Pershing, who executed a number of terrorists by firing squad using bullets which had been dipped in pig's blood. 

'Concerned citizen' who challenged Mary Lou McDonald identified as investment CEO

It has emerged that a man who challenged Sinn Féin's deputy leader on Grafton Street on Friday is the CEO of the Irish branch of a multinational investment company.

Mary Lou McDonald was speaking to reporters when the man interrupted to complain about Sinn Féin's tax policies.

Nine Cork camogie players denied request to join intermediate squad after incorrectly signing forms

Nine senior Cork camogie players have been deemed ineligible for the intermediate inter-county panel on account of how they signed application forms to be regraded to the intermediate squad.

The players in question played no part in Cork's senior championship in 2015, which prompted them to apply to the Camogie Association to be regraded to the Intermediate panel.