Tune in for an amazing live episode in the Spotless Stadium in Sydney. Aaron Cunningham joins us to review the Victoria and New South Wales game (4:04) Kilkenny captain Cillian Buckley joins us to talk 2018, injury woes and hopes for next year (12:58) Finally, we finish up with the victors on the day James Skehill and John Hanbury who give us a great insight into the Galway setup (26:57)
Join us as we review the All-Ireland final between Limerick and Galway. We also look back at the Sunday Game team of the year and see if they got it right. We finish with looking at the U21 All-Ireland between Tipp and Cork.
In this episode we take a look back Galway v Clare (6:44) before a bumper special Giggles Corner (20:50) We can't wait for the Galway v Limerick game on Sunday, listen to our extended preview(31:00) Seanie covers off the football semi-finals(58:49)
First up we preview the first All-Ireland semi-final between Clare and Galway. Liam, Seanie and GIggles can't wait to see the battle between John Conlon and Daithi Burke (4:32). Secondly, we look at the second semi-final which will be just as exciting between Cork and Limerick (20:23) The GAA have gone through another PR blunder with the handling of the Liam Miller charity game. The boys talk about the changes that need to be made (34:23)
We say goodbye to Kilkenny after a thrilling encounter with Limerick in Thurles (5:47) Giggles Corner returns and Pa just shades "Who am I?" (24:21) We look back at an easy win for Clare over Wexford (34:02) We finish up by having a quick look at the so called "Super 8s" (48:47)
Great to have All-Ireland winner John Mulhall back on the show to review the Leinster Final and preview Kilkenny v Limerick(3:32) We also review the Munster final and look ahead to Clare and Wexford (33:37) Is Derek McGrath bringing the Sunday game analysis to the next level? We give our views (56:08)
We were delighted to get Brendan Bugler on the line to give his thoughts on the upcoming Munster and Leinster Finals. We also look at #newbridgeornowhere and if it is a new dawn for the power struggle between the GAA administration and players.
We are delighted to be back again after another cracking weekend in hurling. Firstly, we look at the Munster championship and we say goodbye to Waterford and Tipperary (5:16) Giggles Corner is back after lots of listener feedback from last weeks's show. Giggles takes us through his mid-year All-Star selection (33:03) Finally, we look at the final standings in Leinster (41:27)
We are back this with a bang. The Munster hurling championship served up two draws this weekend and we review it all (7:15) Giggles Corner is back and fresh off the controversy in Tipp Waterford game we look at some of the biggest officiating blunders in GAA history (38:16) And finally, we finish up with the second cousin at the moment, the Leinster championship (53:08)
We are back and the Munster hurling championship is heating up with Tipp and Waterford propping up the table (3:59) Giggles corner returns with the latest installment looking at the top 5 hurling games of all time (23:37) The Leinster championship will become more clearer after this weekend. Have a listen on our thoughts(43:16) Finally, we finish by talking to Paul Sergeant from the Magners Sydney Irish Festival and he tells us what is in store for November (1:01:07)
In this episode we have John Mulhall back to talk all things hurling with us. We look back in detail at the first weekend in the Munster championship and how Tipperary are now behind the eight ball. This weekend will be just as interesting as Waterford enter the equation(3:46) Leinster is shaping up nicely and John tells us why he thinks Galway and Wexford will get the wins the weekend (23:32)
We're back in action after our bumper John Mulhall episode last week. In this episode we take a deep dive on the Dublin and Kilkenny game (5:38) while also looking at how Galway overcame Offaly in style. Munster hurling is back in action this weekend, Seanie and Giggles are very excited and discuss Limerick v Tipperary as well as Cork v Clare (23:31) We finish up by looking at how Galway overcame Mayo for the third year in a row in Connacht (37:00)
Join us for a G'Day GAA specialas we have John Mulhall live on the line to talk all things hurling. We start with his short but distinguished career with Kilkenny (6:22) John also talks about his breakthrough year and his relationship with Mark Landers during his time at UCC (17:40) Not many people know this but John hurled with Garryowen in Melbourne back in 2014. He talks to us about his time in Australia and how it differed from America (33:21) John was also kind enough to stay on the...
We had great interest in our competition on picking the best hurling team for the last 25 years from the listeners' entries. Tune in to see who won. It was a pleasure to have a young Australian man join us on the line and the tell us why he chose to play Gaelic Football when he moved to London instead of AFL (22:05)
Brilliant to mark our 20th episode with a fantastic competition thanks to O'Neills International Sportswear. First up we talk about the fantastic club All-Irelands where Cuala came out on top (2:44) We also discuss Kilkenny's latest addition to the trophy cabinet with an excellent win over Tipperary (12:59) Giggles corner is back with a brilliant a competition for our listeners (22:24) Finally, we finish up with a review of the football league so far (29:16)
Great to have Seanie back on board for this weeks episode. We open the show with some great feedback from the listeners. First up was the national league (16:00), we stake stock on where we following the "Beast from the East". That's followed by our new segment known as "Giggles' Corner" (30:10) which is a throwback to Know Your Sport. Finally, we finish up with a look with came out of Congress and some interesting motions (38:00).
Tune in to our live show in Melbourne at the Padraig Pearces 7s. Former Carlton AFL player and Cork Senior Footballer Ciaran Sheehan (5:05) give us his insight on playing Gaelic football in Australia and his new career direction. We also had the pleasure of former Cork Senior Hurlers Cathal Naughton and Mike Walsh (14:03) talking to us about playing Gaelic games abroad and how the hurling landscape has changed dramatically.