PODCAST: The Big Red Bench Saturday December 20th 2014
First up this evening, reports and manager reaction from all the days Premier League games, as Manchester City moved level on points with Chelsea at the top of the table. We previewed Arsenals clash with Liverpool tomorrow with Andrew Mangan from Arseblog.com. Brian Barry of PunditArena.com joined us with his analysis of Munster's loss to Glasgow in the Pro 12, while Cork Con and Dolphin Managers and Captains reacted after their Derby at Temple Hill on Friday night as the hosts claimed the inaugural Keary's Cup. We heard from Cork Senior Hurling Manager Jimmy Barry Murphy, and closed the show with Togher's Rob Heffernan who finally picked up his European Bronze Medal last night. Click PLAY above to hear the show in full. Tune in on Sunday evening from 6pm for interviews with Cork Manager Brian Cuthbert, New Vice Chairman Tracey Kennedy, Retired Referee John Sexton and get another chance to win a signed copy of Roy Keanes "The Second Half", all that and more on Sunday from 6pm!
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