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98FM Now That's What I Call Sport!

    Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - 19th January

    Now That's What I Call Sport Podcast - 19th January

    On this week's episode we were joined by Trevor Clarke for our latest installment of Irish Abroad. The 21 year-old left Shamrock Rovers for League One side Rotherham United in 2019 and spoke to Jamie on the experience. We recapped a huge night for Conor McGregor following his first round TKO victory over Donald 'Cowboy' Cerrone. Leo Cullen spoke as Leinster cemented a home quarter final following their latest 18-0 win over Benetton. Both Dublin men and women's teams are in league action next week and Paul Mannion opened up on how the Boys in Blue unwound over the break. Meanwhile, Jamie caught up with 17 year-old Keane Barry took part in the World Darts Championship recently.

    • 45 min
    Now That's What I Call Sport's Irish Abroad - Trevor Clarke, Rotherham United

    Now That's What I Call Sport's Irish Abroad - Trevor Clarke, Rotherham United

    Trevor Clarke made the move to England following three highly successful years playing for Shamrock Rovers. The 21 year old defender made the switch to League one side Rotherham United in 2019 and opened up on his experience.

    • 20 min
    I Hit My First 180 When I Was Five Years Old - 17 Year Old Keane Barry

    I Hit My First 180 When I Was Five Years Old - 17 Year Old Keane Barry

    Jamie spoke exclusively to Ireland's youngest darts star Keane Barry following his emphatic showing at Ally Pally. Barry took to the stage at the World Championships in England, after picking up an array of trophies and accolades in the youth ranks. Keane explained how he got into the sport and even shared the interesting reason his parents picked his name.

    • 15 min
    Now That’s What I Call Sport Podcast – 12th January

    Now That’s What I Call Sport Podcast – 12th January

    On this week’s episode Leo Cullen, Stuart Lancaster, Jordan Larmour, Cian Healy and Brian O’Driscoll looked ahead to Leinster’s huge Champions Cup clash with Lyon. We heard from Conor McGregor ahead of his massive UFC return next weekend. Dessie Farrell and Mattie Kenny reflected on Dublin’s start to the season in both hurling and football. We also spoke to Packie Bonner, Michelle O’Neill, Vinny Perth and Gary Rodgers at the Soccer Writers Association of Ireland SSE Airtricity League awards.

    • 46 min
    ‘I’ll Do Anything To Support’ – Packie Bonner On FAI Problems

    ‘I’ll Do Anything To Support’ – Packie Bonner On FAI Problems

    Packie Bonner is a legend of Irish football for his heroics between the sticks for the national team. The stopper's famous penalty save against Romania to send the boys in green through to the quarter final of Italia 90 is one of the biggest moments in our countries sporting history. Jamie spoke to the man himself at the Soccer Writers Association of Ireland SSE Airtricity League awards where he mentioned a possible future role within the new-look FAI.

    • 4 min
    ‘Anything Is Possible’ – Michelle O’Neill On Stellar Year In Her Refereeing Career

    ‘Anything Is Possible’ – Michelle O’Neill On Stellar Year In Her Refereeing Career

    Michelle O’Neill picked up a special merit award at the Soccer Writers Association of Ireland SSE Airtricity League Awards. Jamie spoke exclusively to Michelle on what has been a momentous year for her personally and her goals for 2020.

    • 5 min

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