64: Jump To It! National Hunt in Full Swing
30 min
RUNNING ORDER:

  • PART 1: Weekend Highlights (50s)
  • PART 2: Racing Gold  (10m 54s)
  • PART 3: Horses to Follow (18m 10s)
  • PART 4: Dear Paddy (22m 35s)
  • PART 5: Mailbag (25m 35s)


From The Horse's Mouth is a Muddy Knees Media production for Paddy Power
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Football’s history makers, the Dublin machine and Waterford dark horses?
One hundred years, eighty-five years and twenty-three years in the making. It was the GAA weekend that saw history being made in the Football Championship and joining Will Slattery and Michael Verney to look back on it all on this week’s Throw-In podcast were Brendan Cummins and Ciarán Whelan. “We were worried about no crowds being at the grounds and they are eerie and it is different and you're saying 'ye it's not the same', but yesterday made it all worthwhile,” Whelan told the show. “Ironic that it's the same four provincial winners as a hundred years, you just couldn't write that sort of stuff so it was just an incredible day to be a GAA follower.” For Cummins who was also previously involved with the Tipp footballers, it was an amazing day for Tipperary and not one that he was surprised about when it finally came. In the rest of the football, Cavan’s win over Donegal probably raised more eyebrows when it came but it’s showing the strength of belief in the so-called smaller counties and with no backdoor anything can happen on the day. In contrast to the other provinces, the Dublin machine in Leinster keeps rolling over all opposition with the county’s tenth Leinster title in a row captured in a twenty-one point victory over a very disappointing Meath. Football may have garnered much of the headlines from the weekend, but Saturday’s hurling qualifiers were also of the highest quality with Galway ousting reigning All Ireland champions, Tipperary, and Waterford beating Clare convincingly to reach an All Ireland semi final against Kilkenny. Could Waterford be the dark horses for this year’s All Ireland where history is being made every step of the way? For more from the Throw-In, visit the show page at: www.independent.ie/podcasts/the-throw-in/ The Throw-In’s All Ireland Championship series is in association with Bord Gáis Energy.
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Episode 184: The Road to Croker III - Mayo News Football Podcast 2020 E39
'The road to Croker' series is running here on the Mayo News football podcast as the build-up continues ahead of Mayo's clash with Tipperary at GAA HQ in the All-Ireland semi-final on Sunday week. In this latest episode in the series, host Rob Murphy chats with Mayo News duo Edwin McGreal and Ger Flanagan as well as with podcast regular Daniel Carey. The discussion with Ed and Ger concentrates on the injection of youth into this new-look Mayo team, with a particular focus on the increasing importance of the cohort of players who won All-Ireland honours at Minor level in 2013 as Under 21s in 2016. Rob then catches up with Daniel Carey to chat about following Mayo from afar and the frustrations that flow from trying to do so via the RTE Player. To round off this episode, it's back to Ed and Ger to learn about some key numbers relating to Mayo's 2020 Championship season. This latest episode of the Mayo News football podcast is now online and is available to listen to on iTunes, Podomatic, SoundCloud and Spotify. You can also listen to it directly on the Mayo News website as well as on the Mayo GAA Blog. The Mayo News football podcast has its own Twitter presence, @MayoPodcast, so if you're a Twitter user you should follow us there to make sure you get the latest podcast-related updates, including new episodes. The Mayo News football podcast is proudly sponsored by GRG, Game Ready Gear - sportswear designed by players for players. Check out their website at GRG-Sports.com.
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