8 episodes

Dublin City Fm's GAA Sportdesk Podcast GAA Sportsdesk, 103.2 Dublin City Fm

    • Sports

    GAA Sportsdesk December 17th

    GAA Sportsdesk December 17th

    Seán Shanley, the Vice-Chairman of Dublin GAA, speaks to us following the sad passing of Dublin GAA Chairman Andy Kettle on Tuesday

    Tommy Conroy, St Vincent's manager, speaks to us following his side's victory in the Leinster Club Football Championship Final against Rhode of Offaly (1-13 to 0-6)

    Dermot Crowe speaks to us about the new book that he co-authored with Ronnie Bellew, 'Hell for Leather: A Journey Through Hurling in 100 Games'

    Brendan Cooper, Vice-Chairman of Dublin camogie, looks back on the year that was in camogie

    Dublin GAA have set up an online book of condolences, available here http://www.dublingaa.ie/andykettle

    • 55 min
    GAA Sportsdesk December 3rd

    GAA Sportsdesk December 3rd

    Ronan MacLochlainn, journalist with The Herald, looks back on Ballyboden's victory over St Vincents and Lucan's victory over St Brigids in u-21 'A' Hurling Championship semi-finals. Ronan also looks forward to the Dublin minor football championship between Na Fianna and Kilmacud Crokes

    Shane O'Brien, the new manager of Dublin camogie, speaks to us about his appointment and his wishes for 2015

    Brendan Cooper gives us the lowdown on all the latest camogie action in Dublin, including minor championship action

    Conor McKeon looks at the Dublin Bus/Herald Dubs Football team that was named during the week. He also looks at the tentative plans to build a new Leinster GAA stadium near the M50

    Anthony Daly speaks to us about his autobiography

    • 56 min
    GAA Sportsdesk November 26th

    GAA Sportsdesk November 26th

    Conor McKeon looks back on Kilmacud Crokes' exit from the Leinster Hurling Championship at the hands of Ballyhale Shamrocks of Kilkenny. Conor also looks back on St Vincent's victory over Garrycastle in the Leinster Club Football Championship semi-finals

    Brian Talty also gives us his views on that victory for St. Vincent's

    Ronan MacLochlainn looks at the final selection for the Dublin Bus/Herald Dubs Stars hurling team, which was announced during the week

    Nigel McCarthy of We Are Dublin speaks to us about the Dublin Ladies Annual Awards night, which took place recently

    Brendan Cooper, Vice-Chairman of Dublin Camogie, gives us an update on the on going minor championship

    Anthony Daly speaks to us following the recent launch of his autobiography, 'Dalo: the Autobiography'. The extensive interview looks at his time with Dublin, his playing career, his own plans for the future, and where he thinks Dublin hurling might be heading next

    • 56 min
    November 19th

    November 19th

    Ollie Baker speaks to us ahead of his side's Leinster Club Hurling Championship semi-final against Ballyhale Shamrocks of Kilkenny in Parnell Park this Sunday

    Conor McKeon, journalist with The Herald, previews the same match, while also looking forward to the Leinster Club Football Championship semi-final between St Vincent's and Westmeath's Garrycastle

    Ronan MacLochlainn of The Herald gives us his view on the recently announced nominations for The Herald/Dublin Bus Football Dubs Stars

    Brendan Cooper, Vice-Chairman of Dublin camogie, talks to us about the appointment of a new management team for the senior camogie side

    Mick O'Grady, a member of the new camogie management team, speaks to us about his appointment, while also looking back on the Friends of Dublin Hurling Celebration Night which took place last week

    Kieran Harte of AFL Europe looks ahead to the International Rules test between Ireland and Australia, which takes place in Perth on Saturday morning. He also looks at the potential ramifications that the match might have on the future of the series

    • 55 min
    GAA Sportsdesk November 12th

    GAA Sportsdesk November 12th

    Jim Gavin speaks to us ahead of the Game for Anto between Dublin and the Irish News Ulster All-Stars in Kingspan Stadium on Saturday evening

    Brendan Cooper, Vice-Chairman of Dublin Camogie, talks to us about the Dublin Minor Camogie Championship, which started last weekend

    Noelle Healy, who picked up her first TG4 All-Star Award on Saturday, speaks to us about her season

    Tommy Conroy, manager of St Vincent's, looks back on his side's victory over Portlaoise in the Leinster Club Football Championship last Sunday

    Conor McKeon looks back on the same game, and looks ahead to Vinnies next game

    Ronan MacLochlainn gives us his views on The Herald/Dublin Bus Hurling Dubs Stars nominations, which were announced earlier this week

    Brian Talty looks back on the Vincent's Leinster victory, while also looking ahead to the Adult Football League Division 1 Football Final between Na Fianna and St Maurs

    • 55 min
    GAA Sportsdesk November 5th

    GAA Sportsdesk November 5th

    We speak to Mick O'Grady about Kilmacud Crokes victory in the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship quarter-final against Rathdowney-Errill on Sunday

    Ronan MacLochlainn, journalist with The Herald, looks back on Na Fianna's impressive victory over Kilmacud Crokes in the Dublin Minor Hurling Final

    Brian Barnes, mentor with St Sylvester's, looks back on his under-15 football side's victory over Lucan Sarsfields in the Dublin Championship Final

    Eamonn Fennell of St Vincent's looks back on his side's recent Dublin Senior Football success over Oliver Plunketts, while also looking ahead to their encounter with Portlaoise on Sunday

    Nigel McCarthy of We Are Dublin looks ahead to the announcement of the Ladies Football All-Stars this weekend, while looking back on Na Fianna and Kilmacud Crokes' recent games in the Leinster Senior Ladies Football Championship and the Leinster Intermediate Ladies Football Championship respectively

    Brendan Cooper, Vice-Chairman of Dublin Camogie, looks back on a busy weekend of action in Dublin, including twenty five finals over the course of the weekend

    Aidan Shiells spoke to us about the upcoming Dublin Referees Foundation Course

    • 55 min

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