Big Red Bench - February 16th
Click PLAY button above to listen back to the Big Red Bench, which aired on February 16th. 0.00 - Jimmy Barry Murphy, Johnny Crowley and TJ Ryan reaction to the draw between Cork and Limerick in the Allianz Hurling League. 6.33 - All Ireland winner Pat Mulcahy looks back to the game in Pairc Ui Rinn. 15.10 - Interview with Glengarriff's Linda Holland who's taking the Legend's Football League by storm in Australia. 30.27 - Munster's Donncha O'Callaghan talks to us about his record breaking night in Musgrave Park and Simon Lewis of the Irish Examiner talks about the Reds' win over Zebre. 47.55 - Aaron O'Callaghan talks to us about his upcoming fight at Siam Warriors Revolution here in Cork. 57.44 - Dolphin's coach Steve Ford and players Christy Condon and Chris Rowe talk to up after completing an historic double over Cork Con. 101.50 - Interview with Cork City defender Neal Horgan.
Check out the Big Red Bench every Saturday and Sunday from 6pm on Cork's RedFM.
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