Episode 930: Tadhg Furlong On Lions Tour And Chasing Heifers, Ireland’s Room For Improvement, Ken Pops Corkery
Tadhg Furlong is a Leinster, Ireland and Lions superstar, has beaten the All Blacks twice, and is now arguably the best tighthead prop in the world – but on Whiddy Island, Co. Cork he is best known as Tim O’Leary’s nephew. Tadhg joins us in studio to address the important issues – is Whiddy barren or just remote, what the actual population on the island is, and what his gran thinks of Richie Sadlier.
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We also talk about his experience with the Lions, what he made of the coaching team, why he always seems to play well against NZ, and what English players he got on best with.
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The women’s team had a nervy but successful start to their World Cup campaign. We ask Shane Horgan what they need to improve on if they are to advance, their realistic plan to win the competition, and how a home crowd can sometimes be a negative.
Plus there’s Murph’s phoney farming advice, chasing heifers, and Ken’s take on David Corkery’s take on the WRWC.
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