PODCAST: The Big Red Bench Sunday December 7th 2014
Top of the show it's a full round up of all the days sporting action, including reports from the two games in the Barclays Premier League, and Leinster loss to Harlequins in the European Champions Cup. We reflected on Munsters loss to Clermont Auverge, hearing from Head Coach Anthony Foley before Former Munster and Ireland winger Moss Finn gave us his analysis of the game. Switching to Gaelic Games, we heard from Fiachra Lynch and Hughie O'Donovan of Valley Rovers after their County Championship success. All Ireland winning Cork Hurler Tom Kenny spoke to us after another week of high profile retirements from the inter-county hurling scene. Cork City FC's John O'Flynn (pictured above with Ruairi) paid us a visit to talk about signing a new contract with the club for 2015, while Gary Hogan spoke to us about playing and coaching abroad. Click PLAY above to hear the show in full. Tune into The Big Red Bench every Saturday and Sunday evening from 6pm with Ruairi O'Hagan and Lisa Lawlor.
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