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Now displaying: September, 2017
Sep 27, 2017

Mick and Donny reflect on an historic week in the NFL. Donald Trump's big mouth caused mass protest, and coincidentally (or not?), we got the best Red Zone Sunday ever.

Sep 21, 2017

The lads look back on Week 2 and look ahead to another weekend of NFL action.

Sep 19, 2017

In 1998 the area of Castleknock was a growing area with a population of around 60,000 people and was looking double in size in the near future, but was missing one major component of any Irish community, a GAA football and hurling club. With no pitch, no players and no money, a select few, with just an idea and the drive to push that idea,  were able to create something spectacular in just a 19 year period.

 

You can follow 'The Cult Of...' series as we delve into some of the most fascinating cult sporting moments. Whether it's Maurice Fitzgerald's majestic sideline point or the Clare team that came from nowhere in 1995, it's always 100% Irish. Please drink Bulmers responsibly.

Sep 13, 2017

The boys are back by popular demand to discuss everything going on in the NFL

Sep 8, 2017

Kilkenny hurling legend Jackie Tyrrell joins us in studio to talk about his autobiography, A Warrior's Code. Jackie won 9 All-Ireland titles in his time with Kilkenny, but his story wasn't always one of glory. He talks about his incredible story here. 

Sep 5, 2017

The 1990s was a golden era of hurling, but the season of 1995 stands out for many people as the most compelling year in the decade. This is because a Clare team that wasn't particularly fancied as a favourite ended up winning taking the Liam McCarthy cup home for the first time in 81 years. Balls spoke to Ger 'Sparrow' O'Loughlin, a key member of that side about their journey. This includes tales from their legendary training sessions, the characters in the changing room that made it unforgettable and how they managed to get over the line.

 

You can follow 'The Cult Of...' series as we delve into some of the most fascinating cult sporting moments. Whether it's Maurice Fitzgerald's majestic sideline point or the Clare team that came from nowhere in 1995, it's always 100% Irish. Please drink Bulmers responsibly.

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