Episode 2115: GAA Taster Menu As Mayo Win At Last, Eoin Eats Humble Pie, Ken Cries Foul
We’ve assembled a crack punditry outfit for our analysis of Dublin/Mayo tomorrow, but there’s no doubt this was the sporting event of the weekend. Ken bemoans some refereeing decisions that went against the Dubs, while Eoin eats some humble pie for laughing off the demise of his beloved boys in blue.
I’d… I’d nearly watch it back again
— Ciarán Murphy (@saveciaranmurph) August 14, 2021
Murph on the other hand is on top of the world – the Dubs’ dominance is over, Offaly and Roscommon were both in an All-Ireland final, and a Meath team came back from the dead in classic Royaller style to qualify for their first ever women’s football final yesterday. “We’ve gone back to the future and it feels sooooo good….”
Lee Keegan was magnificent on Saturday. I found him limping past the buses afterwards. How was that? “Carnage,” he smiled.
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— Malachy Clerkin (@MalachyClerkin) August 16, 2021
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