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Kilkenny rescued their Leinster campaign with a last gasp draw with Dublin in Portlaoise.

Cork are back in the game, while London 'hold up' the Connacht Championship.

On Talking GAA this week, Dave O'Grady is joined by Beat Fm's Stephen Long, freelance GAA correspondent Coilin Duffy and Emmet Ryan of Action81.com.

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- Waterford's win, the Shanahan show!

- Dubs lost chance against Kilkenny?

- Cork's win over Clare, a surprise?

- Are London up to the task?

- Donegal, not the ruthless beast?

- Qualifier chat!

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Talking GAA with Dave O’Grady

Former Leitrim footballer Colin Regan was the special guest on the Talking GAA show this week. Dave was also joined by GAA fans across the country.

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Our Cork natives, Donal and Graham joined Kerryman Eoin along with Armagh’s Damian to discuss a wide range of topics this week.

On the show.

Off the Booze and On the Ball.

Injuries in the GAA.

The future for colleges tournaments.

Player burnout.

Is the GAA becoming a total young man’s games?

Dr Crokes play Crossmaglen in the All Ireland club football semi final.

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Dave is joined by two rebel fans, Donal and Graham, Kerryman Eoin and David from Meath.

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Managers on the move – The lads discuss Peter Canavan’s appointment as Fermanagh boss and wonder what will become of Leitrim after Mickey Moran.

There is fierce debate over the Munster Club Hurling final replay being played in Thurles.

How good are St Brigid’s of Dublin, as they prepare for a Leinster Club SFC semi-final showdown with Portlaoise.

Dave also looks ahead to Athy’s match with Garrycastle.

As always, there is the Bet of the week.

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We have a packed show this week with the recent inter-county retirement of Kilkenny hurler James ‘Cha’ Fitzpatrick.

Dave is joined on the line by Emmet from Action81.com, the Kerry duo of Eoin and Ailbe (what a great name) and our rebel fan Graham from Cork.

On the show:

The recent inter-county retirement of James ‘Cha’ Fitzpatrick.

Unsavoury scenes as St Brigids take the Connacht title.

UCC set up tasty encounter with Dr Crokes, but should UCC be called ‘UCK’.

The Railway Cup is back on track.

Dublin unleash the ‘Blue Wave’.

What has happened to Meath football?

Our bet of the week.

 

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Graham from Cork makes his debut on the show and he is joined by Eoin from Kerry and Action81.com’s Emmett Ryan.

On the show:

0.00    Crossmaglen defeating Ballinderry

5.00 Crusheens beating Carrigtwohill in the Munster Club hurling championship

8.00 St Marys take the title in the Wicklow SFC

10.30 Kevin Cassidy off the Donegal panel

15.00 Pat Gilroy reaffirmed as Dublin manager

20.22 Jimmy Barry-Murphy’s in the Cork hotseat.

22.13 Violence in the Tyrone League final and referee’s attacked in Antrim and London


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Dave is joined by Eoin in Kerry and Emmet of Action81.com.

Running order:

0.00: St Brigids are Dublin champions.

6.30: International Rules, was it a success?

15.00: Munster Club Championship, UCC and Dr Crokes progress

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Talking GAA with Dave O’Grady.

This is the first episode of the series where we get the views from the fans about all things GAA. We hope to cover all GAA sports.

Joining Dave on the first show is Stephen Long of Beat Fm and Emmet Ryan of Action81.com.

We discuss:

0.00 Introduction

3.00 GAA GPA All Stars

20.00 Hurling-Shinty and International Rules

33.00 GAA Club Championships (Westmeath SFC, Munster SHC, Louth SFC)

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