PODCAST: The Big Red Bench Saturday October 11th 2014
This evenings show is now available in full to listen back to, just click PLAY above. Lisa was joined in studio by Rob Lyons of Punditarena.com to talk about Cork City's win over UCD, while we also get the thoughts of John Caulfield and goalscorer Garry Buckley. We preview the Premier Intermediate Hurling Championship Final, hearing from Newcestown Manager Eugene Desmond, and Ballyea Selector Sean Curtin. A number of players, as well as both sets of management from Sarsfields and Glen Rovers share their thoughts ahead of the Senior Hurling Championship County Final at Pairc Ui Chaoimh tomorrow. Extended versions of those interviews are also available online, click HERE for Glen Rovers interviews, and HERE for Sarsfields. We ran out of time on the live show for our interview with 1989 Glen Rovers Winning Captain and Former Cork Captain Tomas Mulcahy, but you can listen back to that HERE. Tune into the Big Red Bench on Sunday evening from 6pm for all the reaction and analysis of both games, we'll also hear from Race Walking World Champion Rob Heffernan, Southside and District Sports Award Winner Eimear O'Sullivan, and Barry O'Connor ahead of the Siam Warriers Supershow on November 1st, while there's also another chance to win tickets to the event.
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