Episode 1028: Tiger’s Got His Groove Back, Peter O’Mahony Future In Focus, Leinster’s Backline Butter Mountain, GAA In The Dark
It’s European Champions Cup week, and after a barnstorming debut from Leinster’s new signing James Lowe and the return from injury of Garry Ringrose, the options ahead of their big match against Exeter ‘Moneyball’ Chiefs look impressive.
— Leinster Rugby (@leinsterrugby) December 3, 2017
Meanwhile, the dark clouds around Peter O’Mahony’s future at Thomond Park are casting a shadow down south – we ask Gerry Thornley how the IRFU factor charisma into their balance sheet.
Peter O’Mahony will move abroad if new deal isn’t confirmed by January https://t.co/lNxCsgYIY9
— Irish Times Sport (@IrishTimesSport) December 4, 2017
Tiger Woods is back, and he looks happy, he looks relaxed… and he looks like a pretty good golfer. After a solid mid-table finish in a high-class field in the Bahamas on Sunday, Lawrence Donegan tells us where the ceiling is for this latest, re-modelled version of Tiger, and how it might have been the best swing he’s seen from him since 2007.
— Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) December 3, 2017
There’s a welcome, much-sought-after return for David Attenborough analogies, the chipping yips, and playing GAA in the gloom of a December afternoon.
— BBC Earth (@BBCEarth) December 3, 2017
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Asking people to draw maps can make them look stupid. We talk Europe, Britain, Brexit, borders and the power of boredom in today’s politics pod ???? @EoinMcDevitt @kenearlys https://t.co/40at9tDv9W pic.twitter.com/FDmeBIedar
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