Senior Hurling Championship Reaction and Analysis
After Cork's exit from the All Ireland Hurling championship last weekend, the Club championship was back under way thick and fast this week. Seven quarter finalists are now confirmed in the Senior Hurling Championship. Na Piarsaigh, Youghal, Sarsfields, St Finbarr’s and Glen Rovers all booked spots in the last eight, joining Newtownshandrum and Ballymartle, with the meeting of Midleton and Douglas to come next weekend. Our feature games on the Big Red Bench this weekend were Friday nights clash of Na Piarsaigh and Bride Rovers, and Saturdays meeting of Glen Rovers and Bishopstown. We got the reaction of those clubs, while Peter McNamara of the Evening Echo joined us to go through all the Senior Hurling and Football results. Click PLAY above to hear the audio. 0:00 Barry Hazelwood - Bride Rovers Manager 1:21 Sean Guiheen - Na Piarsaigh Coach 4:32 Des Cullinan - Glen Rovers Selector 8:06 Padraig O'Doherty - Bishopstown Manager 9:15 Peter McNamara - Evening Echo Sports Writer
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