THERE HAS BEEN a novel election feature on TV3 recently.
Ireland AM came up with a challenge for party and alliance leaders when they called in for an interview.
The morning show got leaders to try a steady hand game – where they must get around the course within 60 seconds, hitting it three times or less.
Here’s how some of them got on:
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Tánaiste Joan Burton didn’t get too far.
Meanwhile, Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams got knocked out after 30 seconds this morning.
It was also the turn of the Taoiseach today. Enda Kenny was confident about his chances and, although he did better than Burton, didn’t fare too well.
Renua Ireland leader Lucinda Creighton came out on top overall.
This may or may not swing some undecided voters in a certain direction.
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