Podcast 22 December
A momentous day as we wrap up the show with Joe singing Jingle Bells with Ashley from the Frank And Walters. Great scenes. 0.00 Intro 4.38 Niall Scannell and Rob Penney discuss Munster's last gasp win over the Scarlets 12.31 Denis Fogarty tells Joe about Agen's push for promotion 28.22 Joe tells an epic story about his complete inability to sing 31.20 Plymouth Argyle captain, Bandon's Conor Hourihan talks to us about their season so far 41.55 Cork City full back Danny Murphy on signing a new deal 48.50 Up and coming cork MMA fighter Kieran O'Brien on his second professional fight on New Year's Eve. 56.16 What you've all been waiting for. Joe sings Jingle Bells with a little help from Ashley HAPPY CHRISTMAS FOLKS!
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