2014 Hurling County Final Day Coverage
It's the biggest day of the year on the local Gaelic Games Calendar and we've got it covered on-air and online. Sean Cremin and Rob Lyons of Punditarena.com will provide live on-air updates from Pairc Ui Chaoimh from the Premier Intermediate final clash of Newcestown and Ballyea, and the Senior Hurling Championship final meeting of Glen Rovers and Sarsfields. Mark Dinan will get the post match reaction from all camps after each game, and live tweets from @BigRedBench throughout both matches. Lisa Lawlor will have all that reaction on The Big Red Bench from 6pm, and will be joined by Eamon Murphy from the Evening Echo to analyse both games. Check back here after 7pm for podcasts of all the post match reaction. Ahead of the game, you can still hear the thoughts of all sides in the lead up to the games... From the Sars camp we spoke with Manager Pat Ryan, captain Tadhg Og Murphy, Cian McCarthy, Craig Leahy, and William Kearney, click HERE for the full version of those interviews. The Glen Rovers Camp was represented by Manager Richie Kelleher, Captain Graham Callanan, Stephen McDonnell, David Cunningham and Patrick Horgan, you'll find those interviews in full HERE. We heard from both managers in the race for the Premier Intermediate title, and those interviews are available HERE. Click PLAY above to hear some brief thoughts from Sars and The Glen! Enjoy the day... We will!!!
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