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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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Welcome to The Football Pod - Paddy Andrews and James O'Donoghue join Tommy Rooney to talk Gaelic Football every Monday. You can also listen back to our episodes from Season 2 with Paddy and James, and Season 1 too where Andy Moran joined Paddy and Tommy every week - there's plenty of interviews, stories and insights around the game.. You'll find the podcast in the 'OTB GAA' stream or by searching for 'The Football Pod'. Available on Apple Podcasts and all other platforms too. You can watch ...
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Helping Everyday Athletes pursue their athletic goals in endurance running, strength training, physique change, and sport. THE EVERYDAY ATHLETE PROGRAM⁠⁠: ⁠⁠⁠www.everydayathleteprogram.com/coaching
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The Premier 'View' Tipperary GAA podcast brings you all the latest happenings in Tipperary GAA. Each week, we look at what's happening in the Tipperary club scene as well as bringing you all the latest from the intercounty setup. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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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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I'm excited to release the first of a new series of guest podcast episodes, where I spoke with my brother Liam about our childhood experience of sport, how that developed over the years, what we lost after finishing up sport, and how our athletic pursuits improve our approach to other areas of life. THE EVERYDAY ATHLETE PROGRAM⁠⁠: ⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠…
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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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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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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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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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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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Brendan Cummins joins Jacqui Hurley and Rory O'Neill to look ahead to the Munster and Leinster hurling finals. Can Clare or Dublin upset the apple cart, or are we looking at Limerick and Kilkenny winning the Mackey and O'Keeffe Cups once more? The panel also preview the Joe McDonagh final between Offaly and Laois.…
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John Mullane, Eddie Brennan and Michael Verney team up to preview a weekend of finals - Kilkenny v Dublin in Leinster, Clare v Limerick in Munster, and Offaly v Laois in the Joe McDonagh Cup. Proud Offaly man Verney was delighted to touch on the county’s under-20 All-Ireland triumph, which Mullane and Eddie highlighted as a fantastic occasion for h…
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In the wake of Mayo’s win over Roscommon, the focus has shifted to a date with the All-Ireland champions. The venue has been decided, the tickets are on sale, and the conversations about injuries, match-ups and the spread have already started. So John, Mike and Rob gathered for a chat about the mood on the ground, the likely talking points, and to …
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With Paul Murphy away this week, the lads drafted in 2013 All-Ireland winner with Clare, Podge Collins, for this week's slightly delayed edition of The Hurling Pod. Having both recovered from illness, James Skehill and Will O'Callaghan chatted to Podge about this weekend's Leinster and Munster Hurling finals where Limerick are chasing six in-a-row …
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Dan Casey was joined once again by a very special guest in Offaly's Under 20 star Dan Ravenhill as well as Aaron Prendergast of Gaelic Fan TV. They discuss Tomorrow's Leaving Cert Dressing room music Michael Duignan, Shane Lowry and Mick McDonagh And what this All Ireland means to the people of Offaly Dan and Aaron also round up the weekend's footb…
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Paddy Andrews joins Tommy Rooney for Monday’s episode of The Football Pod (we gave James the night off) and we get stuck into a busy weekend of Football, with everyone in action! (01:00) - This SFC Structure isn’t working - Around the Grounds. (14:00) - Brilliant Armagh - depth, strength, character (21:00) - Derry - what are they doing defensively,…
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Paddy Andrews joins Tommy Rooney for Monday’s episode of The Football Pod (we gave James the night off) and we get stuck into a busy weekend of Football, with everyone in action! (01:00) - This SFC Structure isn’t working - Around the Grounds. (14:00) - Brilliant Armagh - depth, strength, character (21:00) - Derry - what are they doing defensively,…
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On this week’s Throw-In football show, Dick Clerkin and Colm Keys join Will Slattery to pick apart Derry’s collapse from league winners at Easter time to another poor defensive performance at home. Colm remarks that poor management is to blame as Derry have not learned their lessons from their Ulster championship defeat to Donegal, while Dick asks …
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As part of the first live The Football Pod of the year, Tyrone's Owen Mulligan and Donegal's Eamon McGee join us to talk Tyrone-Donegal, Football this season, and their relationships with their managers over the years! We've got two episodes per-week throughout the 2024 season, and hopefully we'll see you for both - tune in to our members episode o…
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Tommy Rooney, Paddy Andrews and James O'Donoghue were joined by two illustrious guests in Tyrone's Owen Mulligan and Donegal's Eamon McGee their first live show of the year. The lads talk All Ireland hopes, McGee's hatred of forwards and there's a special surprise for Mulligan. We've got two episodes per-week throughout the 2024 season, and hopeful…
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Enda McGinley and The Sunday Times' Michael Foley join Jacqui Hurley and Rory O'Neill to preview the weekend's football including Derry v Armagh, Roscommon v Mayo and Cork v Donegal, as well as discussing the upcoming U20 Hurling final between Offaly and Tipperary.By RTÉ Sport
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Episode 127 of The Premier 'View' sees a despondent cast in the marble halls. Seán Smith jumps into the hotseat with regulars Stephen Cronin, Colm Purcell, Jamie Barrett and a guest appearance from Tipp media's Noel Dundon of 'The View' fame. The lads take a look at our championship exit at the hands of Cork and the loss to Clare. There is green sh…
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On this week’s Throw-In football show, Dick Clerkin and Conor McKeon join Will Slattery as the second round of the All-Ireland series threw up a historic victory for Louth and a worrying lack of fans in Croke Park. Donegal, meanwhile, continue their resurgence, as Conor believes Jim McGuinness’s men have leapfrogged the chasing pack in the race for…
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Paddy Andrews and James O'Donoghue join Tommy Rooney for Monday’s episode of The Football Pod - we get stuck into our weekend in Donegal and chat about the latest action. (01:00) - McGee, Mugsy, and the Donegal aura. (15:00) - Donegal-Tyrone fallout and analysis (29:00) - Louth take Meath apart - finding your steel. (36:00) - Dublin go through the …
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Paddy Andrews and James O'Donoghue join Tommy Rooney for Monday’s episode of The Football Pod - we get stuck into our weekend in Donegal and chat about the latest action. (01:00) - McGee, Mugsy, and the Donegal aura. (15:00) - Donegal-Tyrone fallout and analysis (29:00) - Louth take Meath apart - finding your steel. (36:00) - Dublin go through the …
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On this week's episode of the GAA Hour, Dan Casey is joined by Seamus Brady to discuss the weekend's action, they go to the replay to discuss the kerfuffle of Mayo's want out of Croker, they then talk about Limerick beating Waterford and Clare beating Tipp, as well as hearing from some 'lively' Limerick fans. The lads then go to 'Take Yer Point' wh…
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Shane McGrath joins Jacqui Hurley and Rory O'Neill to reflect on a good weekend for Dublin hurling. They're into the Leinster final against Kilkenny, while the trilogy between Limerick and Clare in Munster was also confirmed. Tomás Ó Sé joins for the football and wonders what Donegal and Armagh need to do to take it to the next level.…
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The end of the Leinster and Munster round-robin series brought no shortage of on-field drama, sideline questions and top level action in championship hurling. Michael Verney was joined by John Mullane and Eddie Brennan to break down a weekend that saw Limerick top the Munster table, Galway get dumped out and Dublin show true strength. Questions ove…
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All-Ireland winners Paul Miurphy. and James Skehill joined Will O'Callaghan to review the final day of games in the Munster and Leinster Senior Hurling Championships and tackle listeners' questions on a live edition on the Off The Ball YouTube page. Skehill discusses if Henry Shefflin should now depart after Galway's early exit from the Championshi…
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As part of the first live The Football Pod of the year, Tyrone's Owen Mulligan and Donegal's Eamon McGee join us to talk Tyrone-Donegal, Football this season, and their relationships with their managers over the years! We've got two episodes per-week throughout the 2024 season, and hopefully we'll see you for both - tune in to our members episode o…
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Tommy Rooney, Paddy Andrews and James O'Donoghue were joined by two illustrious guests in Tyrone's Owen Mulligan and Donegal's Eamon McGee their first live show of the year. The lads talk All Ireland hopes, McGee's hatred of forwards and there's a special surprise for Mulligan. We've got two episodes per-week throughout the 2024 season, and hopeful…
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Paddy Andrews and James O'Donoghue join Tommy Rooney for Monday’s episode of The Football Pod available for free across the Off The Ball podcast network, our members podcast is out tomorrow. We’ve also just announced our first Roadshow of 2024, in the home of the Ulster Champions - limited tickets available to buy now! (01:00) - The Boys at Bruce a…
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Paddy Andrews and James O'Donoghue join Tommy Rooney for Monday’s episode of The Football Pod available for free across the Off The Ball podcast network, our members podcast is out tomorrow. We’ve also just announced our first Roadshow of 2024, in the home of the Ulster Champions - limited tickets available to buy now! (01:00) - The Boys at Bruce a…
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Ryan McCluskey joins Jacqui Hurley and Rory O'Neill to look back on the opening weekend of the All-Ireland football championship. Galway and Kerry impressed, but Ulster teams were off form. Shane McGrath joins to reflect on a low point for Tipperary hurling and Davy Fitzgerald's reaction to Waterford's narrow loss to Clare.…
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Dan Casey was once again joined by Aaron Prendergast to discuss the weekend's action on the GAA Hour. They discuss the 'schemozzle' at the end of a thrilling Clare versus Waterford game. Are the Rebels truly back in business? There's Galweigan glory over Derry while Shefflin remains under pressure on the hurling side. The lads also discuss the McKi…
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On this week’s Throw-In football show, Dick Clerkin and Donnchadh Boyle join Will Slattery to break down Galway’s bounce back into form over a Derry team still reeling from a bruising Ulster campaign. Donnchadh explains why he believes that despite their loss, the body of work put in by Mickey Harte’s men does not rule them out of the running. Else…
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Controversy reigned in Clare’s one-point win over Waterford, but it sets up a thrilling final weekend. John Mullane and Eddie Brennan join Michael Verney to break down the weekend’s action. John states his case for more referees being involved in senior games as ‘players deserve the best’, while Eddie believes that with Hawk-Eye, it should be ‘ever…
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All-Ireland winners Paul Murphy and James Skehill joined Will O'Callaghan to discuss the penultimate. weekend of games in the Munster and Leinster Senior Hurling Championships. Cork hammered their neighbours Tipperary by 18-points on a day described as a 'dark day for Tipp hurling' by their manager Liam Cahill, as the Premier crashed out of the Cha…
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Paddy Andrews and James O'Donoghue join Tommy Rooney for Monday’s episode of The Football Pod available for free across the Off The Ball podcast network, our members podcast is out tomorrow. We’ve also just announced our first Roadshow of 2024, in the home of the Ulster Champions - tickets available to buy now! (01:00) - Revealed: The Pod are off t…
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