PODCAST: The Big Red Bench Saturday December 13th 2014
We began the show with our usual round-up, before reports and reaction from the days Premier League action. Cork City Womens FC Boss Charlie Lynch joins us in studio to discuss their progress over the first half of the season, as well as todays 3-0 defeat to Castlebar Celtic. Cork and Glen Rovers' Patrick Horgan spoke to us about picking up Munster Senior Hurler of the year as one of six Cork winners at the provincial awards. New Ireland Womens Head Coach Tom Tierney spoke to us about his appointment with the National team, as well as Munster Senior Cup Semi Final victory with his Cork Con side today. We preview the Champions Cup rematch between Munster and Clermont Auvergne as we hear from Reds Head Coach Anthony Foley and Scrum Half Conor Murray/ Mick O'Brien from the Cork County Boxing Board joined us to talk about their work as they were recognised with the North City and District Sport Award this month. Click PLAY above to hear the show in full. Join us on Sunday evening from 6pm as we'll discuss Munsters performance against Clermont, Liverpool and Manchester Uniteds clash in the Premier League, the Cork GAA Convention taking place at Pairc Ui Chaoimh Sunday afternoon, and much more!
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