Five stories you might have missed from the weekend

John Giles calls it a day on RTÉ's panel, while pressure mounts on Enda Kenny to step down

After a busy weekend of news and sport, here's everything you need to know to get caught up this Monday morning.

Fine Gael TD calls on Taoiseach to clarify leadership position at parliamentary party meeting

Fine Gael TD Pat Deering is calling on the Taoiseach Enda Kenny to clarify his leadership position at this week's parliamentary party meeting.

It comes following a difficult week for the Fine Gael leader when several back bench TDs asked him to clarify when he will resign as party leader, even the Government Chief Whip, Regina Doherty, said it would be easier for Senior Ministers to get on with their jobs if they had a timeline on when Mr Kenny intends to step down.

Revenue officials to begin examining Console accounts

Revenue officials will reportedly begin examining the accounts of suicide bereavement charity Console in a matter of days.

According to the Irish Examiner, Revenue officials have twice written to the charity seeking full access to all of its files from the past seven years.

WATCH: Roy Keane weighs in with a hilarious explanation for the moth invasion at the Euro 2016 final

After Ireland's exit from the tournament, Roy Keane has been sidelining as a pundit for ITV during the closing stages of the European Championships. 

He's been joined by a number of other former players and a fellow Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs, all of whom were a bit baffled by the strange sight of a moth invasion at the Stade de France in Paris.

 

Pete McGrath says referee bought Aidan O'Shea's dive 'hook, line and sinker'

Pete McGrath was in irate form following Fermanagh's five point defeat to Mayo which dumped them out of the All-Ireland senior football championship. 

And McGrath pointed to a dubious penalty awarded to Aidan O'Shea in the second half, as a significant turning point in the game.

O'Shea appeared to have dived as a cross field ball was delivered to him, which resulted in a penalty and led to a slew of critical comments targeting the Breaffy man on social media.

Twitter was awash with tributes to John Giles as he ends his TV punditry career

We've all enjoyed watching John Giles imparting his knowledge and insight on RTE's Soccer panel over the years.

But all good things must come to an end and Euro 2016 marked the end of the Ireland legend's time as part of our football viewing on TV.

With John saying goodbye to our screens after a touching montage, Twitter was awash with tributes to the man.

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