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Christy Ring & Nickey Rackard Cup Finals Preview
In this episode of The Players’ Voice we preview the Christy Ring and Nickey Rackard Cup finals with Down manager Ronan Sheehan, Kildare manager David Herrity, Mayo’s Cathal Freeman, and Donegal’s Sean McVeigh
The Players Voice - Paul Flaherty (Business Development)
Galway hurler Paul Flaherty tells The Players’ Voice about setting up his own business while Marie Davis from Google discusses an exciting new partnership with the GPA and WGPA.
World Mental Health Day 2020 - Shane Carthy & Hannah Looney
To mark World Mental Health Day 2020 Ian Power from 50808 speaks to Dublin's Shane Carthy and Cork's Hannah Looney about their experiences. If you are facing a tough time don;t be afraid to talk to someone.
Jack O'Shea & Larry Tompkins
To mark what would have been All-Ireland football final weekend, The Players’ Voice speaks to two legends of the game.
Jack O’Shea is a seven-time All-Ireland winner at senior level, a six-time All-Star, a member of the GAA’s Gaelic Football Team of the Century, and was Texaco Footballer of the Year in 1980, the year Kerry beat Roscommon to win Sam Maguire and complete a 3-in-a-row.
Larry Tompkins captained Cork to All-Ireland victory over Meath in 1990 completing a historic ‘Double’ for the Rebel County who had also won the All-Ireland hurling title two weeks previously. That completed back to back All-Ireland’s for Tompkins who is also the holder of six Munster medals and three All-Stars.
The pair reflect on their respective wins in 1980 and 1990, the Cork v Kerry rivalry and lining out against each other.
DJ Carey & Joe Connolly
To mark what would have been All-Ireland hurling final weekend, we're delighted to bring you this very special episode of The Players' Voice podcast. Our guests are two legends of hurling; Galway's captain from their 1980 win Joe Connolly and the Man of the Match from the final in 2000, Kilkenny's DJ Carey.
Liam Óg McGovern & Trish Jackman
With deadlines for GPA and WGPA scholarships coming up, Wexford’s Liam Óg McGovern and Waterford’s Trish Jackman speak to The Players’ Voice about the huge impact further education has had on their careers.
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