GAA Scores Podcast
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Weekly GAA podcast with Conor Donnelly, Pearse Corcoran, Ryan McCluskey and guests discussing the latest in the world of Gaelic Games.
||Clean#78 – CPA Player Welfare Coordinator Kevin Nolan and CPA Rep Pauric Gill on the “Super 8” proposal||This week’s show looks at the GAA’s motion to introduce the “Super 8” quarter final stage. Despite the Club Players Association, Gaelic Players Association and a number of managers rejecting the motion, a significant number of county boards lo||23 2 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#77 – Slaughtneil march on, Down’s form & David Tubridy on Clare football’s revival||Pearse Corcoran and Cahair O’Kane are joined on this week’s show by Clare Senior Footballer David Tubridy We talk about the story of Slaughtneil, Down’s continued poor form as well as a chat with David Tubridy on Clare football and its revival.||16 2 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#76 – Allianz Football League Round 1 Review||Pearse Corcoran, Ryan McCluskey and Cahair O’Kane run the rule over the first round of the 2017 Allianz Football League. We talk Dublin dominance, Mayo mayhem and if the rest of the pack have a chance. Find the team on Twitter here @PearseCorcoran,||7 2 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#75 – Top Tipp performance as Galway aren’t at the races, RTE/Sky analysis and new GAA/GPA deal||We’re back! After a long delay the GAA Scores massive have finally got themselves together (online at least) to look back at the remarkable result in the All-Ireland SFC Quarter Final as Tipperary convincingly defeated Galway to reach their first semi||2 8 2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#74 – Jackie Tyrrell on Kilkenny’s All-Ireland win, that speech and his career to date||A very special guest joins Pearse on the show this week in the shape of nine time All-Ireland winner Jackie Tyrrell. The James Stephens clubman talks through Kilkenny’s season, *that* half time speech and his career to date.||10 9 2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#73 – Dublin 2-12 Mayo 1-15, Replay Preview & Media Reaction||In the absence of Conor this week, Donegal’s Mark McHugh joins Pearse and Ryan on the podcast to chew the fat from the weekend’s semi final clash (or possibly just the last 7 minutes). As well as looking back at Dublin 2-12 Mayo 1-15,||2 9 2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#72 – Jason Ryan & Jim McCorry resign and the difficulties facing outside managers||With the news coming through of Jason Ryan’s resignation as Kildare senior manager, the GAA Scores team discuss the Waterford native’s legacy, other resignations around the country and the difficulties facing outside managers.||27 8 2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#71 – Dublin v Mayo Preview||Conor Donnelly, Pearse Corcoran and Ryan McCluskey preview the All-Ireland SFC Semi Final clash between Mayo and Dublin this Sunday. Find the lads on Twitter here @conorjdonnelly, @PearseCorcoran and @Clucker60. As ever – email info@gaascores.||27 8 2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#70 – Kerry v Tyrone Preview||Conor Donnelly, Pearse Corcoran and Ryan McCluskey preview the All-Ireland SFC Semi Final clash between old rivals Kerry and Tyrone this Sunday. As well as looking ahead to the game, Ryan tells us of his experience in dealing with the Central Hearings .||20 8 2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean#69 – Ryan McCluskey reviews Fermanagh’s 2015 campaign||We’re back! After a lengthy layoff, Conor Donnelly, Pearse Corcoran and Ryan McCluskey return to behind the mics for the remainder of the championship. In this show Ryan McCluskey, with the help of Conor and Pearse,||20 8 2015||Free||View in iTunes|
GAA Scores 2-16 0-4 Everyone Else
V easy to listen to and v informative. The lads have a great way about them and I finish every week knowing all I need to know and more about the intercounty scene.
Great previews and reviews of the Championship
Great show but terrible sound!
I love this show and listen to most podcasts but I have one major gripe- the sound levels are appalling in every show; it is often the case that you have to adjust the volume for each presenter.This sometimes puts me off listening as I listen while commuting to work. Please sort out this technical issue which is letting down a fine show!