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Each Real Talks episode provides a prominent Irish figure with the opportunity to talk about life lessons, leadership, resilience, purpose, sport, passions and much more. Season One features 10 leading GAA players speaking in a way they have never been heard before. Guests include Kevin McManamon, a four time All-Ireland winner with Dublin, and Brendan Maher, Tipperary’s All-Ireland winning captain in 2016. No more clickbait. No more soundbites. Choose real people. Choose real stories. Alan ...
 
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Today's podcast is a special tribute episode to the late great Eamon Ryan who sadly passed away last week.We’re joined on the show by Cork legends Rena Buckely and Nollaig Cleary to remember the great man.Ger McCarthy will also stop by to share his thoughts on the man who revolutionised ladies football in Cork.You can add the Star Sport Podcast to …
 
Ciaran & Ross have an indepth discussion about what is the ultimate purpose of the Off-season; how to programme it for your team; and how COVID has affected this year's period of training and preparation. They chat about how it is a window of opportunity to work on strength, aerobic capacity, your 'wooden side', tactical aspects of your game and ho…
 
On today’s show, we’re catching up with Skibbereen rowing sensations Jake & Fintan McCarthyWorld champion Fintan and twin brother Jake, a world rowing finalist in his own right, both had their sights set on securing a seat in the Irish lightweight double at last year’s Tokyo Olympics before the pandemic put those ambitions on hold.Both brothers now…
 
Coming up on today’s show, we have a special treat for you as we’re joined by sisters Melissa and Louise Duggan. Melissa is a football All Star who played a starring role for the West Cork ladies last year as they won their first ever Cork senior football title.And not to be out done, Louise was a key figure for Enniskeane who landed the county int…
 
We are back this week after a short break for Christmas and on this festive edition of the Star Sport Podcast we’re counting down the top 10 West Cork sporting moments of 2020. From West Cork’s influence on Munster rugby to Enniskeane’s camogie glory and everything in between, 2020, despite its challenges, has been a great year for West Cork sport.…
 
Joe is joined by coach Steven Poacher and two Down legends Benny Coulter and Marty Clarke to discuss Dublin's history-making 6 in a row triumph against Mayo in the All Ireland Football Final. They discuss Dublin's 'Hand Goals'; Mayo's mistakes; game management; Dublin playing the percentage game in their excellent shot selection; and Marty & Benny …
 
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…
 
Less than a week before Christmas in an eerily empty Croke Park, Mayo battled hard in this Covid-era All-Ireland final but ultimately they came up five points short against perennial champions Dublin. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we bring you the story of this year's decider and how it was won and lost.Rob Murphy and John Gunni…
 
For the past two weeks we've been running 'The Final Countdown' series on the Mayo News football podcast and now, less than 24 hours out from throw-in in the All-Ireland final at Croke Park, the series reaches its conclusion with this final episode. Mindful of the fact that Mayo supporters everywhere are all confined to barracks this year, in this …
 
'The Final Countdown' series is almost complete on the Mayo News football podcast ahead of Saturday's All-Ireland final between Mayo and Dublin. Almost but not quite!Kevin McStay's wonderfully evocative column in the Irish Times earlier in the week really hit a chord with Mayo supporters and in this episode we're delighted to welcome Kevin back ont…
 
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…
 
There are just three days to go now until Mayo lock horns with five-in-a-row champions Dublin in this year's Covid-era All-Ireland final. Despite the unprecedented backdrop to Saturday's decider, with the game set to be played behind closed doors at Croke Park, the pre-match excitement continues to mount. That's also the case on the Mayo News footb…
 
Brian Cuthbert, Shane Smith and Barry Mullane join Ciaran Deely this week to chat about the very important topic of child and youth coaching. The discussion ranges from:- differences in coaching approaches to child/youth/adult- how to develop 'club culture' and build the right environment for your players- the important of fun, games and enjoyment …
 
It’s All Ireland final week for the Cork ladies so this week’s podcast will be dedicated to previewing their bid to dethrone the dominant Dublin ladies who are aiming to secure their 4th title in succession.We're joined by Mayo legend Cora Staunton to preview the big game. Cora, who herself won four All Irelands titles as a player, is currently in …
 
The Final Countdown to Saturday's All-Ireland decider is now on in earnest and as the build-up continues we've got another Mayo News football podcast episode for you to enjoy.Rob Murphy and John Gunnigan of the Mayo GAA Blog introduce this episode and our two special guests bring you two very different perspectives ahead of Saturday's final. First …
 
As the lead-in to this year's novel Christmas All-Ireland final gathers pace, 'The Final Countdown' series on the Mayo News football podcast continues too. Fans won't be able to be attend this Covid-era decider but that doesn't mean that supporter interest is any lower for this final than it has been in other years that Mayo have been involved.In t…
 
Brendan Cummins and former Limerick camogie star Aoife Sheehan look ahead to a massive weekend of action. Brendan looks at the puckout strategies of Limerick and Waterford and how they could influence the senior hurling final. Aoife heaps praise on the Galway defence, which will be key to defending their camogie title against Kilkenny.…
 
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…
 
The man in the red suit is already planning his annual global itinerary but ahead of his arrival down the chimney Mayo supporters all over the world are gearing up for the county's involvement in a novel Christmas All-Ireland final. Once again it's mighty Dublin who stand in Mayo's way in the battle for Sam but, for Mayo's fans, another final offer…
 
The Buildup, in association with Ladbrokes is our weekly podcast where we mark your card for the sporting action of the week ahead in the company of Ladbrokes ambassadors Kevin Doyle, Stephen Ferris, Jason Quigley, and other top sporting pundits. It's the All-Ireland Hurling Final this Sunday and Offaly All-Ireland winner Daithi Regan joins us to d…
 
On this week’s podcast we’re joined by Cork ladies football captain Doireann O’Sullivan following their All Ireland semi-final win over Galway on Sunday. Though the game itself was somewhat routine, the build up and aftermath were anything but, with venue changes, frozen pitches, broadcast mix-ups and embarrassing Morning Ireland appearances all th…
 
Mayo's footballers have provided so many memorable Croke Park performances over the past decade. The devastating way that they put Tipperary to the sword in an eerily empty and fog-bound Croke Park was one to savour by Mayo supporters, even if they all had to do this watching on at home on TV. The Mayo News football podcast was, though, out in forc…
 
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 …
 
In the lead-in to this Sunday's All-Ireland semi-final between Mayo and Tipperary we've been running 'The Road to Croker' series on the Mayo News football podcast. With the big day fast approaching, we've now reached the end of this particular road with the sixth and final episode in this podcast series.In this episode host Rob Murphy is joined by …
 
As Mayo's All-Ireland semi-final with Tipperary on Sunday draws ever nearer, the Mayo News football podcast is back with another episode in 'The Road to Croker' series.In this episode we welcome back to the podcast former Mayo star and RTE pundit Kevin McStay. Host Rob Murphy catches up with Kevin to discuss Sunday's semi-final in detail, focusing …
 
Journalist Kieran Shannon and Kerry legend Pat Spillane join Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill to preview Dublin v Cavan and Mayo v Tipperary. Can Cavan at least give Dublin something new to think about? Can Tipperary give us another shock in this year of years and down Mayo, or will James Horan's blend of youth and experience reach another final?…
 
On this week’s podcast we're joined by Kevin O’Donovan, CEO of Cork GAA. Kevin, who hails from the Kilmeen/Kilbree club spoke to us about the One Cork initiative, the new Rebels' Bounty draw and the kickback it's received in some quarters, Pairc Ui Chaoimh naming rights, Ronan McCarthy and much more.We’re also chatting to Paddy O’Shea, coach of the…
 
There are six days to go now until Mayo's All-Ireland semi-final meeting with Tipperary and on 'The Road to Croker' series of the Mayo News football podcast the build-up to the big match on Sunday continues apace. In this podcast episode co-hosts Rob Murphy and John Gunnigan of the Mayo GAA Blog focus on Tipperary, both in terms of their recent Lea…
 
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…
 
'The road to Croker' series is running here on the Mayo News football podcast as the build-up continues ahead of Mayo's clash with Tipperary at GAA HQ in the All-Ireland semi-final on Sunday week. In this latest episode in the series, host Rob Murphy chats with Mayo News duo Edwin McGreal and Ger Flanagan as well as with podcast regular Daniel Care…
 
'The road to Croker' series on the Mayo News football podcast aims to set the scene ahead of Mayo's appearance at GAA HQ on Sunday week when they take on Munster champions Tipperary in the All-Ireland semi-final. In this second episode in the series, we're looking back, both on last weekend's action and on the tragic events that took place at Croke…
 
Retired Westmeath footballer John Connellan penned an open letter on the threat posed to the GAA by the funding model that has sparked the resurgence in the capital. Connellan, Kevin McStay, Conor McKeon, Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill discuss how to protect the competitiveness of the GAA nationally.…
 
Ahead of a huge weekend of hurling and camogie action, Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill are joined by former Limerick camogie star Aoife Sheehan and Anthony Daly to preview the Waterford-Kilkenny and Limerick-Galway semi-finals in the hurling, and the last four encounters between Cork and Kilkenny and Tipperary and Galway in the camogie.…
 
On today's podcast we're joined once again by ex-Cork and Ilen Rovers footballer Diarmuid Duggan to dissect Cork's dismal Munster final loss to Tipperary on Sunday.Having beaten Kerry in the semi-final, this seemed like the perfect opportunity for Ronan McCarthy's men to claim a first Munster title since 2012 but alas, it wasn't to be. We look back…
 
This week Ross Bennett is joined by internationally renowned Performance Nutritionist David Dunne. David is currently conducted a PhD through Liverpool John Moores University and co-founded HEXIS. He has worked with the European Ryder Cup Team, the European Golf Tour, Harlequins RFC, QPR FC, London GAA, Team Wiggins Cycling, British Canoeing and ma…
 
It's not just because of the Covid-19 pandemic that this is turning out to be a football Championship like no other. Seismic shocks in both Munster and Ulster at the weekend have seen both Tipperary and Cavan advance to the final four, their provincial successes marking 2020 as a year to remember for both counties, no matter how they fare from here…
 
The focus of today’s podcast is of course Sunday’s Munster football final between Cork and Tipperary. First up hear from Ruairi Deane who has been chatting to Ger mcCarthy in the build up to the game.Ger also catches up with former Carbery Rangers player Robbie Kiely who will be lining out against Ruairi Deane and Cork for Tipperary on SundayJack M…
 
It was tense and tight in the Connacht final at Pearse Stadium yesterday but at the finish it was Mayo who emerged with the narrowest of wins. James Horan's team came away from Salthill with the Nestor Cup and that precious ticket to next month's All-Ireland semi-final, where they'll meet either Cork or Tipperary.In this episode of the Mayo News fo…
 
Ciaran's longtime mentor as a player & coach, Aidan O Brien, joins him this week to record a very personal podcast episode. Aidan and Ciaran take a trip down memory lane discussing Aidan's monumental impact on Good Counsel College, New Ross' sporting success bringing a Wexford football team- mixed with Kilkenny & Wicklow players- to All Ireland Col…
 
For the first time in five years, Mayo are back in a Connacht final this coming Sunday, albeit one that's set to be contested behind closed doors in the middle of November. But it's still a provincial decider, a knockout one at that, with silverware and a place in the All-Ireland semi-final for the winners.In this episode of the Mayo News football …
 
As doubt surrounds Mickey Harte's future as Tyrone manager, Eamonn Fitzmaurice and Malachy Clerkin join Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill to discuss his legacy, the fallout in Kerry and the weekend's games. Michael Duignan previews a massive weekend of hurling.저자 RTÉ Sport
 
David Redmond and Willie Cleary join us to discuss Wexford's upcoming qualifier against Clare along with Tipp v Cork in the other qualifier.We also discuss the two provincial finals between Kilkenny and Galway in Leinster and Limerick v Waterford in Munster.저자 thehurlingpodcast
 
It's the 100th episode of the Star Sport Podcast and to mark the occasion we have a very special guest.We're joined joined by Cork and Castlehaven legend Larry Tompkins for a wide ranging long form interview about his life, his footballing career and his new book Believe which he co-wrote with friend of the show Denis Hurley.But before we hear from…
 
2015 was the most recent year Mayo featured in a Connacht final and this year defending champions Roscommon stood in the way of a first provincial final appearance by the Green and Red in five years. It was a challenge that James Horan's side were well up for as they came away from Dr Hyde Park on Sunday with a six-point win. Next up it's Galway in…
 
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