Episode 2674: Protests And Solidarity In The GAA, On Pitch Interviews, Shefflin Shapes Up, No Tears For Tipp
After the success of Kevin Feely’s heartfelt post match interview with the RTE panel, we look at some of the successes and failures of this format on Australian television.
Jamie Wall is in studio to talk to us about Clare and Galway’s All-Ireland hurling quarter-final wins last Saturday night. Clare were ruthless, Dublin were terrible, Galway were smart enough for long enough, and we ask the question – why did Tipperary not learn the lessons Waterford taught them in Munster?
And as the women’s footballers and camogie players made their protest this weekend, we discuss how effective their methods can be, what they’re fighting for, and how likely an escalation is.
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