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Now that's what I call Sport with Johnny Lyons. It's our weekly sports show, with news, interviews, giveaways and lots more from the world of sport!

Now that's what I call Sport with Johnny Lyons. It's our weekly sports show, with news, interviews, giveaways and lots more from the world of sport!
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Now that's what I call Sport with Johnny Lyons. It's our weekly sports show, with news, interviews, giveaways and lots more from the world of sport!

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English

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Episodes

Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - 17th November

11/17/2019
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On this weeks' show we were joined by Jack Byrne, Alan Browne, Alan Judge, Robbie Brady , Sean Maguire, James McClean and Mick McCarthy on the crucial Euro qualifying clash with Denmark. Meanwhile, Troy Parrott explained what it meant to him to make his senior Ireland debut at seventeen years old as Darren O'Dea weighed in on the current Ireland camp. Leo Cullen and Garry Ringrose shared their thoughts following Leinster's 33-19 Champions Cup win over Benetton at the RDS.

Duration:00:45:28

'We Want To Get Revenge On Them' - Ireland V Denmark Preview

11/17/2019
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On this weeks show we were joined by Jack Byrne, Alan Browne, Alan Judge, Robbie Brady, Sean Maguire, James McClean and Mick McCarthy on the crucial Euro qualifying clash with Denmark. Meanwhile, Troy Parrott explained what it meant to him to make his senior Ireland debut at just seventeen years old.

Duration:00:29:09

Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - 10th November

11/10/2019
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On this week's episode of Now That's What I Call Sport, we were joined by Leo Cullen and Johnny Sexton ahead of their European Champions Cup opener v Benetton. Shamrock Rovers star Aaron McEneff reflected on their emphatic penalty shootout victory over Dundalk to claim the FAI Cup and Nicci Daly explained what was going through her mind as they made history, becoming the first Irish women's hockey team to secure qualification to the Olympic games.

Duration:00:46:52

'The Olympics Is The Holy Grail' - Nicci Daly On Qualifying For Tokyo 2020

11/10/2019
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Ireland hockey star Nicci Daly reflected on their emphatic win over Canada to secure their place at the Olympics in 2020. The girls in green needed sudden death to overcome the Canadians at Energia Park in an incredibly tense affair. Nicci touched on the immediate aftermath of the win, what their plans are in the build up to the games and what it means to have made Irish sporting history, becoming the first Irish women's hockey team to secure Olympic qualification.

Duration:00:09:34

'When I Went Up To Hit The Peno, I'm Thinking We've Won The Cup' - McEneff On FAI Cup Final

11/10/2019
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Shamrock Rovers star Aaron McEneff spoke exclusively to Jamie Moore, reflecting on his side's recent FAI Cup win. McEneff scored a late penalty which looked to have won the cup for Rovers, before Michael Duffy's strike at the death forced extra time. The former Derry City man opened up on what was going through his mind, what it means for the club to end their 32 year wait to lift the FAI Cup and how he has adjusted to moving to Dublin from his home town.

Duration:00:17:20

Now That's What I Call Sport's FAI Cup Final Special

11/3/2019
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The Só Hotels and Extra.ie FAI Cup finals sees Wexford Youths take on Peamount United and Dundalk face Shamrock Rovers. All four managers had their say on the massive occasion at the Aviva stadium. Meanwhile, Shamrock Rovers defender Sean Kavanagh shared what it means to him to play at the national stadium, which is minutes away from where he grew up in Ringsend.

Duration:00:21:54

Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - 3rd November

11/3/2019
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On this week’s episode of Now That’s What I Call Sport we heard from Katie Taylor as she became the first Irish woman in history to hold titles in two weight classes. She defeated Christina Linardatou to become the WBO super-lightweight champion in Manchester. Meanwhile, our rugby correspondent Shane Byrne reflected on the World Cup as South Africa saw off England in the final. We also looked ahead to both FAI Cup finals with Wexford Youths’ boss Tom Elmes, Peamount United manager James...

Duration:00:47:07

'There's A Heavy Task Ahead Of Him, But He'll Be Up For The Job' - Byrne On Andy Farrell

10/27/2019
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Following England’s impressive 19-7 Rugby World Cup semi-final win over the All Blacks, our rugby correspondent Shane Byrne weighed in on the win for Eddie Jones’ men while also taking a look back on Joe Schmidt’s tenure in charge and the difficulties that await new coach Andy Farrell. We also hear from Schmidt himself and Munster star, Peter O’Mahony.

Duration:00:14:25

'What He's Done For Gaelic Football Is Amazing' - Redmond On Bernard Brogan

10/27/2019
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News broke this week that Dublin legend Bernard Brogan is retiring from senior football after thirteen incredible years representing the boys in blue. In that time, he has become the third highest scorer in Dublin history, picked up a whopping seven All-Ireland medals and was named footballer of the year in 2010. We chat to fellow Dubs great Charlie Redmond about the man who he dubbed 'one of the finest to play the game'.

Duration:00:09:49

Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - 27th October

10/27/2019
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On this weeks show we were joined by Mark Conlon, a man who took part in the KBD Dublin Marathon hours after completing another marathon to help raise money for Saint Vincent De Paul. Joe Schmidt, Peter O’Mahony and Shane Byrne all weighed in on the Kiwi’s time in charge of Ireland and the impact he has had on the game in this country. Derek Pender spoke following his last game for Bohemians on Friday night while Brian Gartland had his say as Dundalk lifted the league title. Following...

Duration:00:43:04

Now That’s What I Call Sport Podcast – 20th October

10/20/2019
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On this weeks episode we were joined by Sean, Lar and Dean following Ireland’s homeless world cup success in Cardiff, and discuss how football helped them battle through dark times in their lives. Bohemians captain Derek Pender weighed in on his side qualifying for Europe next season after their 0-0 draw with St Pats at Richmond Park. Brendan Dawson, a past guest of the show, made his return to football following a heroic battle with cancer, for the second time. Ex-Ireland legend Shane...

Duration:00:45:18

‘The Team Weren’t Up For It’ – Byrne On Ireland’s Disappointing Rugby World Cup Exit

10/20/2019
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Our resident rugby correspondent Shane Byrne had his say on Ireland’s disappointing Rugby World Cup exit at the hands of the All Blacks. The ex-Ireland and Leinster legend recapped Schmidt’s reign in charge while we also hear from the Kiwi himself, captain Rory Best and other players.

Duration:00:19:07

‘This Time Last Year I Was Locked Up’ – Ireland's Homeless World Cup Triumph

10/20/2019
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Jamie spoke to Sean, Lar and Dean following Ireland’s recent success at the homeless World Cup in Cardiff. Both Lar and Dean, who played in the tournament, explain how football saved them from slipping back into a life of crime and drug abuse.

Duration:00:12:01

‘It Was A Great Day’ – Brendan Dawson On His Return To Football After Beating Cancer

10/20/2019
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On this weeks episode of ‘Now That’s What I Call Sport’, Jamie spoke to Ayrfield United footballer and former guest of the show Brendan Dawson following his return to football after beating cancer for the second time.

Duration:00:07:04

Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - 13th October

10/13/2019
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On this weeks episode of 'Now That’s What I Call Sport', we were joined by Rory Best, Luke McGrath, Andrew Porter, Joe Schmidt and Ireland legend Shane Byrne to recap the boys in green booking their Rugby World Cup quarter final spot. We heard from both Ireland under 21’s boss Stephen Kenny and women’s manager Vera Pauw on their recent showings. Following the Republic of Ireland’s 0-0 draw v Georgia, we hear from Aaron Connolly, Seamus Coleman, Darren Randolph and ex-international Darren...

Duration:00:46:11

Best, Porter, McGrath, Schmidt & Byrne On Ireland's Rugby World Cup Quarter Final Place

10/13/2019
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Ireland booked their place in the quarter final of the Rugby World Cup following an impressive 47-5 win over Samoa in their final pool game. We hear from captain Rory Best, Luke McGrath, Andrew Porter, Joe Schmidt and ex-Ireland, Leinster and Lions man Shane Byrne.

Duration:00:15:05

Coleman, Connolly, Randolph & O'Dea React To Ireland's Euro 2020 Draw V Georgia

10/13/2019
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On this weeks episode of Now That’s What I Call Sport, we recapped the Republic of Ireland’s hard-fought draw away to Georgia in the Euro 2020 qualifiers with Seamus Coleman, Aaron Connolly, Darren Randolph and ex-international Darren O’Dea.

Duration:00:15:45

Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - 6th October

10/6/2019
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On this week's episode of Now That's What I Call Sport, we were joined by Shane Byrne to recap Ireland's less than convincing Rugby World Cup thus far, Ireland women's team manager Vera Pauw called for the support of the public ahead of their crucial Euro 2021 clash with Ukraine, Shamrock Rovers defender spoke on his international call up for Cape Verde and Republic Ireland keeper Darren Randolph gave an exclusive interview ahead of their Euro 2020 qualifiers with Georgia and Switzerland.

Duration:00:45:21

"We Don't Know Where We Are" - Byrne On Ireland's Rugby World Cup Performances

10/6/2019
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Former Leinster legend Shane Byrne recapped Ireland's Rugby World Cup games to date, which include an impressive win over Scotland, a shock loss to Japan and a less-than-convincing win over Russia. The former hooker explains what went wrong for Joe Schmidt's men and the battle they face if they are to book their place in the quarter final stage.

Duration:00:08:46

"I Found Out On LinkedIn" - Roberto Lopes On International Call-Up For Cape Verde

10/6/2019
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Joining us on this weeks episode of Now That's What I Call Sport, we chat to Shamrock Rovers defender Roberto Lopes on his recent call-up to the Cape Verde international team and the hilarious way he found out about the big news.

Duration:00:12:14