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Every week the RTÉ GAA podcast will tackle the biggest issues in football and hurling in the company of some of the games' biggest names.

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Every week the RTÉ GAA podcast will tackle the biggest issues in football and hurling in the company of some of the games' biggest names.

    Tomas Ó Sé on Buckley exit and Killian Doyle interview

    Tomas Ó Sé on Buckley exit and Killian Doyle interview

    Rory O'Neill is joined by James McMahon of RTÉ Online to discuss the potential implications of COVID-19 on GAA season. Tomas Ó Sé gives his take on exit of Donie Buckley from Kerry backroom, while Westmeath hurling hero Killian Doyle joins on the line to reflect on huge win over Carlow.

    • 41 min
    'We need a shortened inter-county season

    'We need a shortened inter-county season

    UCD professor and former Offaly manager on just one of things needed to fix the fixture chaos.

    • 1 min
    New man reflects worldwide growth in Gaelic games

    New man reflects worldwide growth in Gaelic games

    On a busy show, Rory O'Neill is joined by Marty Morrissey, Paul Rouse, Colm Keyes and Oisin McConville to reflect on the election of new GAA president Larry McCarthy and what he will bring to the role.

    • 52 min
    Colm O'Rourke on Dublin's invincibility and Bubbles embraces cynicism

    Colm O'Rourke on Dublin's invincibility and Bubbles embraces cynicism

    Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill are joined by Colm O'Rourke and James McMahon. O'Rourke runs the rule over Galway, Mayo and Dublin, before casting an eye forward to Congress. Tipperary's John 'Bubbles' O'Dwyer chats about head injury assessments and his opposition to the proposed introduction of a sinbin in hurling.

    • 47 min
    Jackie Tyrrell on conditioned Wexford and Colm Collins' big idea

    Jackie Tyrrell on conditioned Wexford and Colm Collins' big idea

    This week Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill are joined by Conor McKeon of The Herald as they discuss the weather (events), the GPA's hardline stance and commemorating the War of Independence. Also, Jackie Tyrrell explains Wexford's recent dominance over Kilkenny, while Clare football manager Colm Collins has a novel idea for beating the weather.

    • 59 min
    GAA finances and Kevin McStay tackles cynicism

    GAA finances and Kevin McStay tackles cynicism

    On this week's RTÉ GAA podcast Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill are joined by Kevin McStay to examine the scourge of cynicism in football. Retired inter-county referee Barry Kelly speaks in favour of hurling's black card, while Mikey and Rory also react to the GAA's record-breaking finances.

    • 52 min

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