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Listen to the award winning Second Captains free to air podcasts featuring The Second Captains Podcast and Second Captains Football. Join The Second Captains World Service and get access to our daily shows and much more. Become a Second Captains member at secondcaptains.com. - iTunes Podcast of the Year - iTunes Essentials Top 10 Podcasts of All-Time - The Guardian's 50 Podcasts You Need To Hear - Ireland's Most-Downloaded Podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Introducing 'OTB Rugby' - the home of Rugby from Off The Ball and OTB Sport, where you'll hear the voices of Brian O'Driscoll, Ronan O'Gara, Stuart Lancaster, Keith Wood, Alan Quinlan, Stuart Barnes, Andy Dunne and many more besides. Subscribe for the most comprehensive audio channel for Rugby that you're going to get anywhere. From legends interviews to live roadshows, analysis, depth charts, reviews, and weekly news. It's the home of Monday Night Rugby, Wednesday Night Rugby, the BODcast, ...
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Welcome to OTB Football. It's where you'll get the finest football analysis with some of the sharpest minds in the game, we'll throw in some nostalgia, transfer nonsense and legends interviews too. Gary Breen, John Giles, Pat Nevin, Kevin Kilbane, Kenny Cunningham, Graham Hunter, David Meyler, and much more too! The Football Show on Off The Ball with Nathan and Joe. Saturday Football with JD, Dan and Johnny. Football on OTB AM (Deal or No Deal and much more too!) OTB Roadshows. Subscribe for ...
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Subscribe to 'OTB GAA' for the very best GAA coverage from OTB Sports. Bringing you the insights and stories from the top names in Gaelic Games - from Tommy Walsh to The Football Pod with Paddy and Andy, and much more besides. With OTB AM, Off The Ball, live GAA coverage and our w0rld famous roadshows, we'll be bringing you the yarns, the tales, the fallouts and the analysis right across Hurling, Camogie, the LGFA championships and Gaelic Football.
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The GAA Hour is Ireland's leading GAA podcast. Join Dan Casey, Lee Costello and Niall McIntyre each week to look at the biggest talking points from across hurling and football. The lads look back on the weekend's action, debate the biggest issues in the game and hear from real GAA fans to get their thoughts. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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The legend that is John Giles speaks his mind about the week's football events and answers your questions every Thursday from 7:30 pm. We talk the Premier League and everything that's going on in European Football as well as stories from John's playing days with Manchester United and Leeds United. We may even get a sing-song going. Subscribe to get your weekly fix of John Giles.
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The Left Wing

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The biggest stories in Irish rugby with our team of writers and experts, including Rúaidhrí O'Connor, Cian Tracey, Will Slattery, Sineád Kissane and Luke Fitzgerald. From breaking news to in-depth analysis, expert opinion and post-match comment we have every position covered. From in-depth analysis to team news and post-match analysis we have every position covered.
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The Throw-In

Irish Independent

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Some of the biggest names in GAA in Ireland discuss the major talking points of the week – on and off the pitch. Michael Verney and Will Slattery among others delve into the best stories with former players like John Mullane, Dick Clerkin, Eddie Brennan and Philly McMahon analysing the games and other All-Stars like Pat Spillane and Joe Brolly dropping in along the way.
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Dive into the heart of the beautiful game with your host, Luke Jordan, as we explore the vibrant world of football from Ireland to the global stage. The extratime Football Podcast, an extratime.com production, is your ultimate guide to Irish domestic and international football, alongside captivating stories from the football world at large. Each week, Luke brings his unique insights and passion for football, covering the latest in the League of Ireland, the triumphs and trials of the nationa ...
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All our GAA podcasts in one place. Make sure to subscribe and rate the podcast. You can get in touch with us at 'Ballsdotie' on any social media channels. Featuring our GAA Three Man Weave podcast.
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Dan Casey was joined by Seamus Brady to discuss all the weekend's action but first they previewed the upcoming football quarter finals! They discuss Derry finding their dynamism once more, the rubbish Aidan O'Shea receives, the Rossies firing back, the brilliant Louth as well as both Cork teams "flat ass" performances. During this they throw to 'Ta…
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On Monday's episode of GAA Daily on Off The Ball with Optimum Nutrition, Official Performance Nutrition Partner of the Gaelic Players Association: The draw has been made for the All Ireland Senior Football Championship Quarter Finals Laois and Down are into the Tailteann Cup Final And Cork and Clare progress to the hurling semi finals.…
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John Mullane, Eddie Brennan and Michael Verney teamed up again after a pair of quarter-finals that failed to get the juices flowing - but memories of food poisoning from years gone by came back in the meantime. On the pitch, Eddie wonders why Cork and Dublin seemed to play with their ‘heads still on the pillow,’ while John explains his belief that …
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Scotland have qualified for 12 international football tournaments, and they have failed to get out of their group at each and every one of those 12 tournaments. This time around it was a 98th minute winner for Hungary that finally put paid to their hopes. Jonathan Wilson joins us from Stuttgart for the latest episode of Scottish tournament heartbre…
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All-Ireland winners James Skehill and Paul Murphy joined Will O'Callaghan a review a pair of lacklustre quarter-finals on a live edition. of The Hurling Pod! They faced accusations of not rating Clare, while marvelling at Shane O'Donnell's skills in the Banner's defeat of Wexford. They discuss whether Rory O'Connor's reds were merited and if Cork h…
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Send your your thoughts, opinions or feedback on any topics discussed on our podcasts Macdara dials in from Hamburg to chat through the Euro 2024 action with Luke. There is some VAR chat after the Netherlands v France game on Friday that Macdara attended before he travelled 400km north to report on Georgia and Czechia. Support the Show.…
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On Friday's GAA Daily with on Off The Ball with Optimum Nutrition, Official Performance Nutrition Partner of the Gaelic Players Association: The team sheets are in for tomorrow's All Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Quarter Finals Clare boss Brian Lohan on having to bounce back from their Munster final disappointment And we preview tomorrow's Al…
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Welcome to our best of Euros show. It's been a great tournament so far with wild games, mad fans, power ballads, low-energy England, Mbappe's politics, and a happy Ken on tour. Join the party for a fiver a month - there's no contracts, no hidden fees and no ads. Go to secondcaptains.com/join for details. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for m…
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On Thursday's GAA Daily with on Off The Ball with Optimum Nutrition, Official Performance Nutrition Partner of the Gaelic Players Association: The Tailteann Cup takes centre stage this weekend Down on the importance of the competition And Cork boss Pat Ryan says his side will have improve as they prepare to face Dublin…
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John, Mike and Rob meet up for a quick chat about a big week for the Mayo senior team. The lads look back at last Sunday’s draw with Dublin and look ahead to next Saturday’s All-Ireland prelim quarter-final against Derry in Castlebar. Plus, they shoot the breeze about some of the talking points that have cropped up in recent days and tell you why s…
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French writer and journalist Jean-Philippe Leclaire joined Eoin Sheahan and Ger Gilroy to talk Kylian Mbappe's injury, France's chances of winning, the current political situation in France and how can success possibly unite a divided nation?
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Leinster and Munster's URC semi-final defeats and Ireland's squad announcement were up for discussion on the latest episode of The Left Wing podcast. Ruaidhri O'Connor and Cian Tracey joined Luke Fitzgerald and Will Slattery to pick through a very disappointing weekend for Irish rugby. Luke says Leinster have major questions to answer after a third…
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On this week's episode of the GAA Hour, Dan is joined by Gaz Gaelic Guide to dissect all of the weekend's GAA action! The lads discuss the hot topic of scheduling this weekend, is hurling being pushed aside? They discuss Dublin's dazzling draw versus Mayo, Armagh's triumphant draw over Galway and the Cork double header! Should Cork hurling fans be …
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On our final episode of the season, Ruairi O’Hagan is joined by Munster legends Alan Quinlan and Fiona Hayes to look back on the defeat to Glasgow Warriors in the URC Semi Final, and Quinny and Fiona name their Star of the Season. (0.00) Intros, helloes (5.00) Comments (10.50) Munster v Glasgow Warriors review (20.36) Quinny discusses the comments …
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Colm Keys and Dick Clerkin joined Shane Brennan on this week’s Throw-In football show after a slate of round-robin clashes that saw Mayo, Dublin, Galway and Armagh all go through intensive tests. Shane feels that Mayo had a missed opportunity, but Colm is quick to remind that Dublin are the masters of timing - as shown by their game-changers and th…
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James O’Donogue and Paddy Andrews join Tommy Rooney for the latest episode of The Football Pod - we have got so much to talk about this week. (01:00) - Knockout time: the drama, the draw and the results. (06:00) - Costello shows that skills pay the bills. (12.00) - Why James believes that Derry will beat Mayo… (25:00) - What did Mayo get so right a…
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Oh Rory. Oh Rory, Rory, Rory. Lawrence Donegan and the lads wrestle with what we saw last night. Is it career-defining? How can it not be? Paul Flynn is with us to discuss two draws in the Gaelic football championship yesterday, with vastly differing outcomes. And there’s the Football Review Committee’s ‘sandbox games’ this weekend, trialling some …
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John Mullane, Eddie Brennan and Michael Verney engage in a wide-ranging chat around on-pitch form and off-field issues hitting some fans. On the field, Cork were a little sloppy against an Offaly team that have a bright future, as John believes the Faithful men have showed enough to challenge Leinster counties next season. Meanwhile, confusion reig…
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England expects. England awaits. England bores. England Wins. We chat to Ken and full time England watcher Miguel Delaney. While riding the rail to Gelsenkirchen Ken encounters an Albanian man who literally risks his life and limbs for our football correspondent. The Euros may not even be out of the first weekend but the littlest hobo is all in. El…
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After Cork manager Pat Ryan described their performance against Offaly as 'sloppy' and Lee Chin struck 11 points for Wexford in their win at Laois, All-Ireland winners James Skehill and Paul Murphy joined Will O'Callaghan to review the preliminary quarter-finals. The lads also looked ahead to the quarter-finals next weekend, where Dublin and Clare …
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On Friday's Rugby Daily, Richie McCormack brings you all of the team news for tomorrow's URC semi-finals. Munster decide to keep RG Snyman in reserve. Garry Ringrose makes his long-awaited Leinster return. And Willy Faloon names four uncapped players in his Ireland squad for the rapidly approaching World U20 Championship.…
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It's horses for courses this week as we have our final show before our midterm break. As the European election posters come down, we embark on our own leadership debate with a review of the season so far with the help of studio guest Graham Gartland. We discuss inappropriate trips to Croatia, Rovers goalkeeping woes, the secrets to Shelbourne’s def…
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Send your your thoughts, opinions or feedback on any topics discussed on our podcasts On this edition of the Voice Notes podcast with Oisin Langan, we hear from: Keith Treacy, Stephen Bradley & Ruadhri Keating on an exciting night at Richmond Paul Corcoran on Galway United's win over Drogheda United Patrick O'Connor on Shelbourne's 1-0 win over Wat…
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As Ken heads off to the Euros in Germany, now is the time to become a world service member if you want to gain access to our all our coverage throughout the tournament. Plus there's instant access to all our archives (almost 3,000 shows), there's features such as this week's fun chat with Conor Niland and Gavin Cooney about the tennis netherworld, …
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Shelbourne defender, Eabha O'Mahony, chats to Eoin and Ger about this weekend's upcoming clash between Shelbourne and Galway United as well as the difference between training and playing football in America vs Ireland. Catch Off the Ball's sports breakfast show LIVE weekday mornings from 7:30am or just search for Off the Ball Breakfast and get the …
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Rúaidhrí O’Connor join Cian Tracey and Luke Fitzgerald to assess the chances of a Leinster v Munster decider in the URC. Leinster have logistical headaches and altitude to contend with as they travel to face the Bulls in Loftus Versfeld - Luke remembers how playing at such heights can impact your body. Meanwhile - Munster can make most of their par…
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On today's Rugby Daily, Richie McCormack brings you news of an Emerging Ireland tour of South Africa in the autumn - who they'll be playing, and who's on the coaching staff. We hear from Leinster scrum coach Robin McBryde ahead of their URC semi-final away to the Bulls. Graham Rowntree gives his view of Munster's URC opponents, Glasgow. The Boks ha…
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Ruairi O’Hagan is joined by Munster legends Alan Quinlan and Fiona Hayes to look back on the win over the Ospreys, and to look ahead to the URC Semi Final with Glasgow Warriors on Saturday. (0.30) Ulster review (22.24) Star of the week (25.22) Ospreys Preview Get in contact on Twitter @rugbychannel15 or email therugbychannel@bauermedia.ie Subscribe…
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On this week’s Throw-In football show, Dick Clerkin and Frank Roche joined Shane Brennan to break down the key match-ups that will decide the fate of the 16 teams left in the race for Sam Maguire. Dublin face Mayo, where the Connacht men may not have the defensive power to halt the Blues - we assess what weaknesses the Dubs may have. Elsewhere, Der…
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James O’Donogue and Paddy Andrews join Tommy Rooney for the latest episode of The Football Pod - as the lads get stuck into the weekends action, and take an exclusive peek at the new Gaelic Football rules being proposed for 2025. (01:00) - James O’D; saviour, servant, all round good guy. (10:00) - TFP in Croke Park. (14.00) - Tailteann Cup lessons …
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On this week's episode of the GAA Hour Dan was joined Seamus Brady and Gaz Gaelic Guide to discuss all of the weekend's GAA action, including magnificent Quaid, Limerick's huge backroom, a drubbing for Dublin and Offaly's amazing week as well as looking forward to the football returning. Dan also catches up with Offaly Under 20 goalkeeping star Lia…
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Euro 2024 kicks off on Friday with Germany v Scotland in Munich - and here's our tournament preview pod. James Horncastle and Jonathan Wilson join us to talk through the contenders. What can we expect from the champions, Italy, under Luciano Spalletti? Can England justify their status as tournament favourites? What about the hosts, Germany, who hav…
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John Mullane, Eddie Brennan and Michael Verney review a weekend of finals as Limerick did what may ever be done again, sealing their sixth Munster title in a row. John is quick to express his belief that Nickie Quaid could be hurler of the year, with Eddie adding that his ‘quarterback’ style has been a strong point of Limerick’s. The set-up around …
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It was an incredible weekend for Irish athletics. Last Friday, Sonia O'Sullivan was the only Irish person to have ever won gold at a European Championships. Ronnie Delany, Eamon Coghlan, John Treacy - all had tried, none had succeeded. By this afternoon, we had added 5 names to that roll of honour, after the success of Ciara Mageean and our mixed r…
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Paul Murphy made his return to join James Skehill and Will O'Callaghan for a live pod to react to the Munster and Leinster Hurling finals. Limerick overcame Clare by six-points to become the first county to win six Munster titles in-a-row, while Kilkenny. eased to victory against Dublin at Croke Park. The lads took live questions from the Hurling P…
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Send your your thoughts, opinions or feedback on any topics discussed on our podcasts On this edition of the Voice Notes podcast with Oisin Langan, we hear from: Gareth McGlynn on Derry's win over Galway United Crowley, Brian Morrisroe and Barry Murphy on Pats drab draw in Drogheda Brendan White on Waterford's win Patrick O'Connor on Shels doing en…
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Ciara Trant joins Adrian and Aisling in the Off the Ball studio to discuss her transition from All-Ireland winning goalkeeper to coaching while previewing the start of the Ladies Championship this weekend. Off the Ball Breakfast. Catch Off the Ball's sports breakfast show LIVE weekday mornings from 7:30am or just search for Off the Ball Breakfast a…
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This week on the World Service we had Ken on Man City's latest legal power grab, Caitlin on turbulent times in the tennis world, and Ian Madigan on Irish rugby's inability to fix the 10 succession plan. Plus we have daily Euros shows coming up with Ken in Germany, Murph as Gaeilge, the Olympics, the summer tour in SA, football with Flynn and Murphy…
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Republic of Ireland defender Caitlin Hayes joined Nathan Murphy to chat about her first year in green, her Offaly roots, winning the Scottish title with Celtic, watching Ireland qualify for the World Cup at Hampden Park, and the recent Euro qualifiers. Football on OTB with William Hill.
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Episode 100!! Ruairi O’Hagan is joined by Munster legends Alan Quinlan and Fiona Hayes to look back on the win over Ulster, and to preview the quarter final clash with the Ospreys. (0.30) Ulster review (23.38 Star of the week (25.51) Ospreys Preview Get in contact on Twitter @rugbychannel15 or email therugbychannel@bauermedia.ie Subscribe to The Ru…
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Chloe Mustaki sits down with Aisling O'Reilly in Episode 4 of Inner Drive to discuss how she overcame a cancer diagnosis at a young age and how that resilience led her to being part of Ireland's first ever Women's World Cup in Australia. Inner Drive on Off The Ball in association with Allianz Ireland.…
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