Episode 927: Galway’s J.C, Mayo Sing, Ken’s Defence of Crumlin Projects, County Loyalties
It was one of the most dramatic moments of the Irish sporting year so far, as Joe Canning fired Galway to a one-point victory over Tipperary in the first of this year’s All-Ireland hurling semi-finals.
— The GAA (@officialgaa) August 7, 2017
We talk to Michael Duignan, and Malachy Clerkin of the Irish Times about the game of the year so far, what Galway can take from it ahead of the final, and the seemingly never-ending back and forth of this enthralling rivalry.
Last call for Joe Canning’s moment of luminosity yesterday.https://t.co/NQQyV06Tnu
— Malachy Clerkin (@MalachyClerkin) August 7, 2017
Former Mayo legend John Casey joins us his holidays from Clare Island to tell us Mayo are back, after their stunning demolition of Roscommon in yesterday’s All-Ireland quarter-final replay.
After reading Wright Thompson’s article on Conor McGregor’s upbringing in Crumlin for ESPN magazine, long-term Dublin 12 resident Ken Early mounts a stirring defence of the place (or project) he called home for 7 years.
— Brett Okamoto (@bokamotoESPN) August 7, 2017
Plus there’s sleeveless Trevor Giles playing beach volleyball, keeping the devil down in a hole, county loyalties, and Joe Canning = Jesus Christ.
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— Eoin McDevitt (@EoinMcDevitt) June 22, 2017