Interview - Tomas Mulcahy
Former All Ireland winning Cork Captain Tomas Mulcahy joined us on the show this evening, the Glen Rovers clubman also lifted the Sean Og Murphy Cup when the club last won the title in 1989. At Sunday's County Final, 1989 County Champions will be special guests, while many of their opponents from that year's final are likely to be watching on from the stands as Sarsfields were the beaten opposition that day. Tomas speaks to us about that final, this years decider between the two sides, and also talks about Jimmy Barry Murphy staying on for two more years with the rebels, the draw for next years Munster Championship, and Ger Cunninghams appointment to the Dublin job. Click PLAY above to hear the interview in full.
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