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All the latest sports news and podcasts from Dublin's 98FM including Dublin hurling & football, League of Ireland, MMA, Leinster Rugby, Ireland internationals, interviews, reviews & previews and lots more.

    Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - 10th March

    Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - 10th March

    On this mornings Now That's What I Call Sport we had our very own Denis Kirwan on the show who took an inside look at the Cheltenham Racing Festivals and also gave out a few tips, Ireland manager Mick McCarthy talked us through his 38 man squad he has named for Ireland's opening Euro 2020 qualifiers against Gibraltar and Georgia later this month and we were also joined by legendary defender John O'Shea. We continued our League Of Ireland Sunday looking back on all this weeks action including the Dublin Derby Between St Pats and Shamrock Rovers and we were also heard about Bray wanderers becoming the first club in Ireland to appoint a Disability Access Offer. And finally we were joined by Joe Schmidt as we looked ahead to his final home game as manager against France in the Six Nations and we also heard from Rory Best, Andy Farrell, Peter O'Mahony and Gary Ringrose.

    • 49 min
    'It Is One Of Those Things That Will Be Hard To Say Goodbye to' - Schmidt

    'It Is One Of Those Things That Will Be Hard To Say Goodbye to' - Schmidt

    Joe Schmidt will take charge of Ireland for the last time at the Aviva stadium today as they welcome France. Ireland are in with a chance to win the Six Nations this year but need a bonus point win over the French to help their case. Joe spoke on their recent performances, their mental preparation for the game and what he feels about his last time taking charge of Ireland at the Aviva stadium.

    • 12 min
    Now That's What I Call Sport - Cheltenham Preview

    Now That's What I Call Sport - Cheltenham Preview

    98FM's racing correspondent Denis Kirwan joins Jamie ahead of Cheltenham festival which kicks off on Tuesday. He shared his knowledge on one of the biggest events in racing including tips for you to look out for and how the big names will fare.

    • 8 min
    Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - 3rd March

    Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - 3rd March

    On this weeks episode of Now That's What I Call Sport Jamie was joined by ex Dublin men Charlie Redmond and Humphrey Kelleher on the future of Diarmuid Connolly, Athlone Town midfielder Kealan Dillon spoke on his experience playing in England and the difficulties facing Irish teens who make the move and Ireland manager Mick McCarthy shared his latest thoughts on the Declan Rice saga.

    • 47 min
    Redmond And Kelleher Have Their Say On Diarmuid Connolly's Possible Return

    Redmond And Kelleher Have Their Say On Diarmuid Connolly's Possible Return

    All Ireland winner Charlie Redmond and former Dublin hurling manager Humphrey Kelleher had their say on the possibility of Diarmuid Connolly making a return to Dublin. The St. Vincents man is arguably one of the best to ever don the Dublin jersey. He has been out of the fold with Jim Gavin's men but has been touted at returning to Mattie Kenny's hurlers. Both men had differing opinions on the matter when they spoke to Jamie Moore.

    • 15 min
    The REAL Story Behind Pursuing The Footballing Dream In England - Kealan Dillon

    The REAL Story Behind Pursuing The Footballing Dream In England - Kealan Dillon

    Athlone Town midfielder Kealen Dillon made the move from Belvedere to Derby at the age of 16 to pursue his dream of a professional football career. He spent time with the Rams, Hull and St Mirren during his spell away but has recently come home. Kealan spoke to Jamie about his experience trying to make it in England, the pressure put on young Irish teens to succeed across the water and his plans for the future.

    • 24 min

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