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The Lawns are cut Super 8’s podcast is back and so too championship!

Super 8’s podcast returns just as Jon Snow walks north. On the first episode of our 2019 championship season Cork legend Sean Og returns for another year while new recruit Adrian O’Sullivan joins us for a look back at all the action in hurling and football over the weekend. Sully as we call him fresh from slaying Offaly in the Joe McDonagh Cup discusses all things hurling including Roscommon’s win over London as well as giving thoughts on Aoife Lane’s article on turning Camogie into Hurling.

Here are the topics discussed,

  • Roscommons win over London
  • Cork Football and Offaly Hurling
  • Most Alarming Thing For Me is that typical Offaly DNA isn’t their anymore
  • The Association have let Sean Kelly’s vision down
  • Eamonn O’Se stamp all over Tipperary forward line
  • Waterford’s hurling very pedestrian
  • Pat Horgan up at the table with JBM and the Tony Sulls
  • Billy Morgan Chat
  • Davy has brought Wexford as far as he can
  • Wexford are not good enough
  • Camogie or Hurling

Listen in HERE!

14May
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Fermanagh’s Division 4 title win augurs well for the championship

On this week’s Sportsgirls Podcast pundits Nadine Doherty and Diane O’Hora praised Fermanagh after they claimed the Lidl Ladies Division 4 title with a one point win over Ulster rivals Antrim. It was...

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Sligo going to find it hard to get over heavy league final defeat

After watching Sligo fall to a 13 point defeat in the Lidl Ladies Division 3 Final to Meath last Saturday both Nadine Doherty and Diane O’Hara believe it will be tough for them to lift their spirits...

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Desire and a potent forward line helped Waterford gain promotion

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Time for Galway to lose the ‘nearly team’ tag

Former Mayo All-Ireland winning captain Diane O’Hora admits Galway have to lose the ‘nearly team’ tag if they want to be successful. Last Sunday the Tribeswomen were beaten in the Division 1 Final...