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Now displaying: July, 2018
Jul 27, 2018

On this week's show we catch up with Carlow hurling captain Paul Coady. 

Elsewhere we debate as to whether we overrate free-takers and remember Eamon Dunphy's finest GAA moment. 

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Jul 18, 2018

Mick, Mark, and Maurice discuss an underwhelming GAA weekend with poor crowds, and generally, poor games. What one rule would they implement to make football more appealing to the masses? 

Maurice defends his unbeaten run in Guess The Spread and we read an email from a fed-up club player, who at his wit's end with the current fixture situation in his county. 

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Jul 10, 2018

Right, here we are then. The latter stages of the championships, with only the elite remaining. Your humble pod is therefore in a pit of existential despair, so to overcome it, we are indulging in a bit of fantasy wherein we draft a player from the so-called weaker counties to improve each of the sides in the Super 8s. 

Elsewhere, we ask if football is actually getting batter, and bicker about spreads and grammar. 

Jul 3, 2018

On this week's show we speak to Kildare hurling captain Brian Byrne on his side's joint statement with Antrim criticising the promotion/relegation playoff in the Joe McDonagh Cup final. Listen on for details on why this story is far from dead yet. 

Elsewhere, we review the respective hurling finals and the football qualifiers, featuring Carlow's success, John Meyler love, Cavan criticism and a sad induction of Mayo as a so-called weaker county. 

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