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Murray Consultants commissioned Athena Media to produce podcasts for the Cadbury Sponsored U21 GAA season for 2007 to 2008. We hear from Kildare captain and judge Dermot Earley as well as GAA President Nicky Brennan, TG4 Presenter and judge Micheal O Domhnaill, reigning champion, Cork Player Sean Calahane and Kerry All-Ireland medalist and Young Player of the Year, Killian Young...and reveal this years winner!
 
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On The Clash Act this week we look at Dublin's All-Ireland senior football win and pick our highlights from the world of GAA for 2020. Tullaroan's Shane Walsh joins us to talk about *that* game-winning score and emphatic post-match speech while Lisdowney's Claire Phelan shares her thoughts on Kilkenny's All-Ireland senior camogie championship win i…
 
It's episode 4 with Eddie Scally and Taggy Fogarty on deck for The Clash Act. Up for discussion this week A review of the All-Ireland senior camogie championship final that saw Kilkenny beat Galway 1-14 to 1-11 under the lights in Croke Park. This weekend's All-Ireland senior football final between Dublin and Mayo with Roscommon great Frankie Dolan…
 
Ahead of the weekend's All-Ireland hurling final between Waterford and Limerick and the meeting of Kilkenny and Galway in the camogie final, The42's Gavan Casey, Fintan O'Toole and Sinead Farrell are joined by Shane Stapleton of Our Game to preview both matches and pick out a couple of tips with the latest William Hill prices.…
 
We're back in the studio this week and with two massive GAA finals happening this weekend, we're recording a little earlier too. On the podcast this week - Eddie & Taggy discuss last weekend's All-Ireland senior football championship results which see Dublin and Mayo battle for the Sam Maguire - Wexford camogie legend Kate Kelly joins us to look at…
 
This week on the podcast we've got Eddie Scally back for more, joined by former Kilkenny hurler and two-time All-Ireland winner with the Cats, Adrian Ronan. Up for discussion are the All-Ireland senior hurling semi-finals and the pending final between Waterford and Limerick; there's a look towards the camogie All-Ireland final between Kilkenny and …
 
Eddie Scally and Aidan 'Taggy' Fogarty kick off The Clash Act, a brand new GAA podcast series from KCLR's studios. Kick off with a look back at a thrilling round of quarter-final fixtures in hurling, the lads are going deep on Kilkenny v Waterford and Limerick v Galway. There's talk of Davy Fitz and what's happening at Wexford, reaction to Eddie Br…
 
***FREE PREVIEW EPISODE***Welcome to The42 GAA Weekly with Shane Dowling and Marc Ó Sé, a brand-new podcast exclusive to The42 Members.To listen to the rest of the series, sign up now at members.the42.ie. Use the codes SHANETHE42 or MARCTHE42 to get €5 off the first year of your annual membership.On this week's launch episode, Shane and Marc get st…
 
A brand new show from The42 and William Hill that looks ahead to the major Irish sporting events - at home and abroad - each month. In the first episode, The42's Gavan Casey and Gavin Cooney are joined by journalists David Sneyd and Johnny Ward to discuss the talking points and give their betting tips ahead of Ireland's Euro 2020 play-off against S…
 
This week’s Behind The Lines is a special episode as part of The42’s Genius Week, in which we celebrate the genius of the late Hugh McIlvanney. We’re delighted to be joined by Gary Lineker to do so, who became a friend of McIlvanney’s, and delivered a eulogy at his funeral.Gary also shares his memories of McIlvanney, and his opinions on what made h…
 
Behind The Lines is the sportswriting podcast from the42. Every fortnight, host Gavin Cooney chats to some well-known journalists about their careers, the industry and most importantly, their favourite pieces. BTL is exclusive to The42 members. You can join or just learn more at members.the42.ie. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy this taster.…
 
A selection of the best bits from the dozen episodes of The Football Family podcast that aired in 2019, featuring Roy O'Donovan, Louise Quinn, Karl Moore, Graham Barrett, Derek Coughlan, Brian Barry-Murphy, Mark Yeates, Rianna Jarrett, Dean Delany, Dominic Foley, Zack Elbouzedi and Keith Fahey.To become a member and hear more of The Football Family…
 
With Dessie Farrell having assumed the hot seat in the biggest job in the GAA, Fintan O'Toole was joined by The Irish Sun's Gordon Manning to look ahead to the post-Jim Gavin era whilst also asking the question, 'Can Dessie Farrell be our Greta Thunberg?'Including:01:05 - The best/worst job in Gaelic Football?05:27 - A licence to experiment07:33 - …
 
Former Republic of Ireland midfielder Keith Fahey speaks candidly to Paul Dollery about mental health and the personal challenges he has endured.Access to The Football Family is normally exclusive to The42.ie members. However, due to the potential for Keith Fahey's message to aid others who may be experiencing similarly tough times, we've decided t…
 
In the final episode of 'Sonia' we find her at her lowest hour, Atlanta 1996. It's her second Olympics and again, Ireland expects and demands. We then go back a year to see just why the Irish public were just so expectant as Sonia becomes World Champion in Gothenburg. Sonia finally climbed on to the Olympic podium in Sydney eight years on from comi…
 
In Episode Two we meet Sonia on the start lines of the 1993 World Championships in Stuttgart.It's two years on from the Barcelona Olympics and Sonia is a household name. In Stuttgart the nation sits back ready to bear witness to her cementing her place as an Irish Sporting Icon with Gold at the World Championships.But Ma Junren and his squad of Chi…
 
Thanks to the heroics of Wayne McCullough and Michael Carruth in the boxing ring, the 1992 Barcelona Olympics will forever live in the Irish sporting lexicon as one of the great summers -- and in the 1990s, there were a few.But while the boxers were bagging gold and silver, a new star that would shine throughout the decade was taking her first step…
 
All-Ireland winner and Dublin full-back Sinead Finnegan joined us on the Ladies Football Show to talk about how competitive the Dublin panel was this year and sharing an All-Ireland win with her sister. The42's Kevin O'Brien also joined us to recap on the timeline of events with the Mayo and Carnacon's ladies teams.…
 
Tipperary's Aisling McCarthy joins us to chat about losing Tipperary's relegation battle with Cavan at the weekend and what's next for the county that showed so much promise in recent years. And Galway's Ailbhe Davoren joins us to talk about the bad news she received on her cruciate ligament and her county's semi-final this coming weekend.…
 
'We don't really want to take the medals off because then you're back to reality'When the Irish women's hockey team reached the World Cup final in London, it was a first for an Irish team. Chloe Watkins, who scored the penalty that put them through to the semi-final, called in to the office to talk about how special an experience it was.…
 
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