A look at all the biggest issues in football and hurling from the RTÉ Sport team.
RTÉ GAA Podcast: Shane Roche and Kevin McStay preview football league and Katie Power on camogie
Mikey Stafford is joined by Kevin McStay, Wexford manager Shane Roche and RTÉ GAA reporter Damian Lawlor to look ahead to the Allianz Football League.. Also, Mikey chats to Kilkenny camogie star Katie Power ahead of the new Littlewoods National League about her own return from injury, the fixtures row and the good news on government grants.
RTÉ GAA Podcast: Jackie Tyrrell and Ursula Jacob preview the Allianz Hurling League
After a fallow spring, the GAA season kicks into gear this weekend with the Allianz Hurling League. Mikey Stafford is joined by Jackie Tyrrell, Ursula Jacob and Denis Walsh of The Sunday Times to preview the truncated competition and ask what certain counties will be looking to take from it.
Harps hero Foley reflects on derby joy
Adrian Eames and James O'Toole discuss the weekend's Premier Division action with Pat Fenlon. Joining them is the league's top goalscorer Adam Foley of Finn Harps who scored the winner against Derry City to earn his team a first ever league win at the Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium. The lads also pay tribute to the late Alan McLoughlin.
RTÉ GAA Podcast: Dowling and Whelan on club return and mourning your GAA retirement
Shane Dowling and Ciaran Whelan join Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill this week as the GAA world awaits word on when club training can return. The lads discuss how the hurling and football leagues could be very different animals this year. They also reflect on their contrasting retirements and the wrench it is to leave the inter-county scene.
RTÉ GAA Podcast: Ó Sé and Daly relive painful laps in pre-season and discuss over-training
As inter-county teams return to training this week, Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill are joined by Anthony Daly and Tomas Ó Sé to recall some pre-season war stories and discuss the level of commitment now required.
RTÉ GAA Podcast: Spillane and Cummins on sacrifice of risk in face of sports science
Back after the winter hiatus, Mikey Stafford and Rory O'Neill are joined by Pat Spillane and Brendan Cummins, with the lads in philosophical mood. They ponder the elimination of risk from game plans in both football and hurling, as well as the continuing growth of the power of the inter-county manager, as evidenced by the recent level 5 breaches.
Bad sound Quality
The content is very good and it has great potential but they need to improve the sound quality its leaving them down. If any of ye are reading this ye need to improve the sound quality
The sound is bad
Ye know it’s their talking via video call ,good podcast but sound is very bad
New sound engineer
Great content & great potential. Terrible sound quality on this podcast, the sound engineer is getting away with murder. Everyone is on a different volume, constant echo, muffled- just generally poor workmanship.