PODCAST - The Big Red Bench October 12th 2014
Click PLAY above to hear this evenings show in full. Top of the show reaction from the Senior Hurling Championship and Premier Intermediate Hurling championship finals, and victory for Sarsfields and Ballyhea respectively. Lisa was also joined by Eamon Murphy from the Evening Echo to analyse both games. Mourneabbey Coach Shane Roynane reacts after their county final success last night. Barry O'Connor of Spartan Muai Thai talks to Ruairi ahead of the Siam Warriers Cage Kings Fighting Extravaganza at Neptune Stadium next month. We hear from Cobh Ramblers boss Martin Cambridge after their season came to a conclusion today, while Alan Smith from the Guardian talks to Lisa about Ireland Euro 2016 Qualifer win over Gibraltar and upcoming game against Germany. Eimear O'Sullivan reacts after winning the Southside and District Sport Award, while Marty Fleming of Sarsfields Juvenile Club talks about their underage success after claiming the Rebel Og Award for September.
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