PODCAST: The Big Red Bench - Sunday October 4th 2014
Top of the show this evening was reaction after the Senior Football Championship Semi Finals and victory for Ballincollig and Carbery Rangers. Ballincollig Manger Michael O'Brien and player Patrick Kelly give the winners reaction, while Nemo Rangers Selector Colin Corkery gave the thoughts of the beaten side. We also heard from Carbery Rangers Selector Johnny Murphy and player John Hayes after their win over Bishopstown. All Ireland Ladies Football Champions Eimear Scally and Roisin Phelan joined us to talk about their victory over Dublin. We spoke to former Munster and Ireland Legend Moss Finn about Munsters success over Leinster in the Guinness Pro 12, while recently retired Highfield, Munster and Ireland Forward Laura Guest joined us in studio to discuss her long career. ( You can listen to an extended version of that interview here ) Click PLAY above to hear the show in full. The Big Red Bench, every Saturday and Sunday from 6pm.
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