PODCAST: The Big Red Bench Saturday October 18th 2014
Top of the show this evening was reaction from Cork City Manager John Caulfield and goalscorer Billy Dennehy after their 1-0 over Bohs at Turners Cross to move to the top of the premier division table with just one game to go, against title rivals Dundalk. Rob Lyons of Punditarena.com also joined Lisa in studio to discuss the match. Former Munster and Ireland Back Moss Finn discusses Munster win over Sale Sharks in their European Champions Cup opener. World Champion Rob Heffernan talks about his goals for 2015 and the Let's Walk initiative. We also had our big preview of the Premier Intermediate and Senior Football Championship County Finals. Click PLAY above to hear the show in full. For extended interviews from the Premier Intermediate Managers from Valley Rovers and Na Piarsaigh click here. Hear from a number of people from the Ballincollig camp here, and the Carbery Rangers outfit here, ahead of their Senior County final clash. Tune into The Big Red Bench on Sunday from 6pm for all our post match reaction and analysis after both games.
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