PODCAST: The Big Red Bench Sunday October 19th 2014
Ballincollig and Valley Rangers claimed the Senior and Premier Intermediate honours at Pairc Ui Chaoimh today, and top of the show Peter McNamara from Cork's Evening Echo joined us with his analysis of both finals. We then got the reaction of all camps, Ballincollig Manager Michael O'Brien, Captain David Lordan and John Miskella, as well as Carbery Rangers Selector Johnny Murphy. Valley Rovers Manager Ger Slyne, and Na Piarsaigh's Diarmuid McDonnell spoke to Mark Dinan after the Premier Intermediate final. Milford Manager Frank Flannery spoke to us after his side captured the Camogie Championship 3 in a row, while Mourneabbey Ladies Coach Shane Roynane talks about their Munster championship success. Former Sligo Rovers Manager Ian Baraclough previewed the premier division title decider between Cork City and Dundalk next Friday night, Cork Womens FC Manager Charlie Lynch gave us a progress report on their season four games in, while Denise O'Sullivan of Glasgow City FC spoke to us after their Champions League victory midweek. Click PLAY above to hear the show in full.
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