PODCAST - The Big Red Bench Saturday October 3rd
Top of the show this evening was reaction after Cork City's 2-1 league win over Drogheda United, Manager John Caulfield and Captain John Dunleavy talk to us about securing European Football for next season, and joining leaders Dundalk at the top of the table with just three games left in the run in. Glen Rovers and Douglas react after their Senior Hurling Championship Semi Final Replay, which saw the Glen progress to the final against Sarsfields after a 2-11 to 1-11 win today. We talk Muai Thai with Shane O'Neill and Greg Harte of Cork Thai, while Cork and Cloughduv Goalkeeper Aoife Murray talks to us after bagging the North City and District Sports Award for this month. Click PLAY above to listen back to this evenings show. Tune into the Big Red Bench on Sunday from 6pm, as we're joined by All Ireland Ladies Football Champions Roisin Phelan and Eimear Scally, while we'll also be first with reaction from the Senior Football Championship Semi Final Double Header from Pairc Ui Chaomh. Recently retired Irish International Laura Guest will join us in studio to talk about her long, and successful career at club, provincial and international level, while Moss Finn will talk to us about the first Munster and Leinster clash of the new season.
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