Podcast - May The Fourth Be With You
Northside and District Sports Awards winner Greg Harte Cork City FC U19s at Gresham Metropole Hotel - Pic Ger BonusOur show from Sunday May 4th, featuring 0.00 Cork minor football boss Donal O'Sullivan on their Munster Semi Final with Waterford 6.00 Dolphin coach Steve Ford reflects on their season 13.30 Cork City boss John Caulfield on their defeat to Dundalk 19.00 We speak to Greg Harte, Cork City under 19 striker, the winner of this month's North City and District Sports Award. The awards are sponsored by the Gresham Metropole Hotel, Gurranabraher Credit Union and Cork's New RedFM 24.31 Clubs in the Community with Canovee GAA 38.43 Reaction from Cobh Ramblers' defeat to Wexford Youths at St Coleman's Park 47.20 From Saturday's show - Rebel Og Winners Urhan GAA. The awards are sponsored by the Rochestown Park Hotel, Cummins Sports and Cork's RedFM. We hear from their underage chairman Ciaran O'Sullivan and player Luke O'Sullivan. Don't forget you can subscribe to the Big Red Bench podcast on iTunes
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