Episode 1173: Carlow Can’t Stop Winning, Tipp And Cork In Thurles Classic, Galway Flex Their Muscle – GAA Championship Special
At half-time in Thurles yesterday, it looked like Tipperary’s hurling world was falling in around them. Nine points down, at home to Cork, and with the criticism of the previous week’s defeat to Limerick still ringing in their ears they somehow managed to resurrect their season, coming back to draw a thriller.
The sorrowful mysteries of being a Tipperary hurling fan. Today’s column.https://t.co/8ccvMvep5H
— Malachy Clerkin (@MalachyClerkin) May 28, 2018
Michael Duignan and Malachy Clerkin were there, and join us to talk about that, Waterford’s horror opener, and Murph reports from Pearse Stadium as Galway’s physicality and superior skill finally wore down Kilkenny.
Galway have beaten Kilkenny! Watch the Full-Time highlights here on GAANOW! pic.twitter.com/vLtIHiYGDQ
— The GAA (@officialgaa) May 27, 2018
The big story in the football championship was Carlow’s brilliant win over Kildare, and we speak to their manager and Svengali, Turlough O’Brien about why this is important for Carlow’s self-image as a county, beyond sport.
Absolute scenes when Carlow won today pic.twitter.com/Odc69L436J
— Eoin Lúc Ó Ceallaigh (@EoinLuc) May 27, 2018
Plus there’s Ed Sheeran, Linford Christie, the death notices on Shannonside FM, and Sean Óg de Paor.
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