Across The Lake offentlig
[search 0]
Mer

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
Mick Kehoe "blazes a trail" as he recalls some of the sporting stories involving, among others, Shane O'Neill, David Clifford, Rachael Blackmore, Éire Og, Var/TMO, Roy Keane, Harry Bradshaw, Kellie Harrington, Tommy Payne, Rory Blackmore, St Mullins, Billy Walshe, John Treacy, Steve Ovett, Gearoid Hegarty, Jack McCaffrey, Hannah Kehoe, Philip Walto…
 
This year, Billy O'Loughlin managed Longford senior footballers who retained their division 3 NFL status. In a winner take all, the Midlanders beat O'Loughlin's native Laois in the final game relegating the O'Moore County to division four. Here, in an extensive interview which includes Billy's memories of that day , the recently appointed SETU Carl…
 
"The hurling field is the central point of the community, " says St Mullins hurler, Seamus Murphy who has featured on successful Carlow Christy Ring and Joe McDonagh Cup winning teams in Croke Park. John Doran has six county medals with the club winning his first in 2010 but has never played at the famous stadium. Here the two St Mullins men look b…
 
After a hugely successful underage career where she was capped for Ireland under 17 and 19 teams, she went on to enjoy, and is still enjoying, a stellar club career with Wexford Youths. Injury meant she got limited game time this year where Wexford contended for league and cup honours right to the end of the season. Now, she is fit and ready for th…
 
After Clonmore beat Straffan in the Leinster junior club championship, vice-captain, Luke Connolly, spoke highly of Darragh Kelly, a teacher in Colaiste Eoin in Hacketstown. Darragh is a Meath man who has been teaching in Colaiste Eoin for 20 years. He has coached football teams in the school for many years now but more than anything else, he enjoy…
 
"It is very hard for people to understand it and to see how good Footgolf is just from hearing about it but you talk to anyone who has played it, it is great fun," says Stan Brennan. The Carlow man has been capped for his country in what is the relatively new game of Footgolf. Here, he talks about his passion for the game and says, that the sport i…
 
Carlow senior football manager, Niall Carew, saw almost every match in the county's senior football championship and went to as many junior and intermediate games as time would allow him. From this, he has assembled a squad of nearly 50 players. He is optimistic about what 2023 will bring . He says he and the players have learned from 2022 and will…
 
As a manager, Joe Murphy has helped three different clubs to win county senior football championship titles. Two in Carlow and one in Kildare. Old Leighlin, Eire Og and Naas. Here are a few words Joe used to summarise each club and in this interview he talks about his experiences with all these championship winners. Old Leighlin- "Salt of the earth…
 
"Hooks, blocks, work-rate-that is what gets you there." So says Carlow and Myshall camogie star forward, Ciara Quirke as she looks forward to yet another county final on Sunday. She and her sister, Niamh, had the distinction of playing with their mother, Nuala in previous county deciders. Myshall have been the dominant club force in Carlow for many…
 
On Sunday, Palatine won their 7th Carlow SFC title. Jason Kane and Jack Brennan were joint captains. Here, Jason Kane reflects on what has been an amazing year for the club. They were emotional times as well. A number of much loved and revered club members went to their eternal reward and it was Billy Kane's third anniversary on the Sunday that his…
 
"They are phenomenal" says Naomh Bríd's Rachel Sawyer. She is referring to Myshall who are going for a 23rd senior camogie final in a row. That respect will be put aside on Sunday when Naomh Bríd try to end that magnificent run. This year, Rachel opted to play with the Carlow senior footballers and didn't play camogie with the county. She talks abo…
 
Linda has given part of her life to the development of camogie in Leinster, Ireland but particularly in her native Carlow. When Carlow and Myshall won their respective junior premier and intermediate all-Ireland titles at Croke Park in 2016 and 2017, she may not have been on the pitch but her work in promoting and developing the game in Carlow had …
 
Benny Kavanagh has had a glorious and long career with club and county. He was part of the Éire Og four-in-a-row team of 2017-20 but Rathvilly deprived them in their drive for five. Now, the Wicklow border side has knocked out the YIs in the quarter-finals this year. Two weeks on, Benny admits this still hurts as he looks back on what went wrong. H…
 
On Saturday 20th August, Tullow rugby player, Dannah O'Brien made her debut in the two match test series against Japan in Tokyo. She scored 18 points that day as Ireland came away with a famous win. The out-half went on to win a second cap the following week. Here, the 19 year old reflects on what has been an amazing experience for her but she is t…
 
Moling Morrissey, Cyril Hughes, Tommy Dwyer, Paddy Quirke and Paul Broderick are all household GAA names in Carlow. In the Barrowside edition of Game of My Life, John Kelly collects the stories of 30 Carlow greats and in a fascinating book allows them to share their memories of their experiences in the Carlow jersey. There are also memories of time…
 
Separate interviews with former Old Leighlin manager, Barry Hayes, and Eamonn Byrne who looks back on 29 years since Bennekerry-Tinryland was founded. Both clubs have built up an intense but friendly rivalry over the last seven years and predicting a winner is not easy.Av Presenter Kieran Murphy-a freelance sports reporter
 
With the third round of the football championships just over a week away, I sat down with St Patricks manager, Mick Kehoe, to discuss what is going to be a tense and exciting week for his club and the rest of the teams in the county. The Tinryland man, who was recently appointed manager of the Carlow minor footballers, is articulate, easy to talk t…
 
Robbie Foley won his last senior hurling championship with Naomh Eoin in 2005. If someone had told him then that the Myshall club would not win another title in the following 17 years, Robbie would surely have thought they were fantasising. Yet the balance of power changed and Robbie looks at this while reflecting on his Christy Ring Cup successes …
 
Having captained the Carlow senior hurling team to a Christy Ring Cup victory and then going on and managing the Carlow camogie team to a junior premier title, Mark Brennan is no stranger to big days in Croke Park. More recently, as a coach to the Meath ladies senior football team, he has been part of one of the great GAA success stories of all tim…
 
Turlough O'Brien grew up in a GAA environment and strangely enough this is where his love for cycling came from as he delivered letters to county board members which his late father, Jim, had written. His love intensified for two wheel travelling . Turlough has travelled around Europe on the bike and has been accompanied on many of his adventures b…
 
In 1976, Pat Walker left Carlow to play for Gillingham in England. When he went on tour to Majorca with his club, he met his wife, Annette, who hails from Sweden. It was a significant introduction and Pat eventually ended up in the Scandinavian country while he also played in Norway. When he retired he went into management in both these countries e…
 
Current chairman, Pat Deering, was only a chap when Rathvilly won their first every senior football championship title when they beat Éire Og in the 1983 final. Two years later they won again and in 2021 they secured a ninth senior crown and deprived their great Éire Og rivals of five-in-a-row titles. There have been great days for the Wicklow bord…
 
American basketballer, Nate Shafer, came over to Ireland on a Victory Scholarship in 2020. Covid meant he was unable to take up the scholarship but he reapplied the following year and was accepted. He played with IT Carlow. He had some great days but there were disappointments as well. For him, it was all part of the "fun". In the National League, …
 
Damien McGrane, talks about the greatness of Padraig Harrington. The Carlow Golf Professional opines that the "bizarre format" of the LIV tour will only attract players who are in the twilight of their career and who are out to make easy money. He says Rory McIlroy can be infuriating at times and has the talent to win more majors. Finally, he talks…
 
Since retiring from inter-county football, Paul Broderick has helped New Oak Boys to an historic four titles in the one season including the Premier League where they went through the season unbeaten. Barring injury, Paul could have played 40 soccer games in the season. Unlike the local GAA matches, the soccer fixture list is all but set in stone. …
 
After Carlow's final Joe McDonagh Cup game against Westmeath in 2021, David English stepped down from inter-county hurling. He admits it was a tough decision but now he concentrates on club hurling. He has won Christy Ring and Joe McDonagh Cup finals in Croke Park with Carlow and has pocketed minor and under 21 medals with Ballinkillen. He covets a…
 
It was their one and only senior hurling championship win. Palatine's success in 1972. Offaly man, Willie O'Rourke, played at centre-back. He was one of only two players who wore a helmet at the time. He recalls the people who made it happen. Players like JJ Canavan, Sean Treacy, Fran Mullins. Then there was what is now known as the management team…
 
One night, you are sitting at home watching television. A knock comes to the door. The caller informs you that one of your family members has a drug debt and that it has not been paid. You are told the debt is now yours. Your life is shattered. This is only one aspect of the abuse of drugs in society. Carlow GAA clubs are taking steps to remind the…
 
As Marty Kavanagh closes in as Carlow's leading inter county scorer of all time , Pat Coady, who currently holds the record says he is proud to be able to hand over to his own club man. Coady also speaks about his club's arch rivals, Mt Leinster Rangers, who have set the bar high not just in club hurling in the county but at national level too. "We…
 
Shane Redmond enjoyed a long career at underage and senior inter-county football with Carlow. Before the start of the 2022 season he announced that he was retiring but would continue to play football with his club, Tinryland. There are many aspects of playing with Carlow that he continues to miss but the sacrifices he made and the sacrifices his fa…
 
Recently, Des Kavanagh, the President of the Irish Football Union, was back in his home club in Carlow where he had thrill of presenting his own grandson, Rian, with the under 14 Players Player of the Year. It was a moment to savour. Here, Des talks about some of the highs of his tenure in office. The triple crown in 2021, the emergence of ladies r…
 
After recent heavy defeats for the minor, under 20 and senior Carlow footballers in the Leinster championship, former inter-county player, legendary Éire Og footballer and now a radio analyst, Willie Quinlan discusses what now for Carlow football. Going forward, he says a review on how underage squads are prepared and trained is a must if Carlow is…
 
Deirdre Tomlinson may have retired from inter-county football but she continues to play at club level where she helped Bennekerry-Tinryland regain the 2021 club title which Old Leighlin had held for the previous three years. Recently she took the Most Valuable Player award when Midland Warriors won the Insuremyhouse.ie Masters Basketball National t…
 
Cyclist, Con Scully, is heading to Europe this summer. Here, he reflects on his recent good performance in the junior Gent Wevelgem in Belgium. He has another event next week in Belgium. Once his Leaving Certificate is done the Carlow teenager is heading back to the continent. These are exciting times for the 18 year old Carlow cyclist who is hopin…
 
This is Darragh Foley's 13 year playing with the Carlow senior footballers. He has no medals to show for it but he has the memories-both good and not so good. Here he talks about the introduction of the Tailteann Cup, and what it means to play for one of the weaker counties. He airs his views on the GPA, the proposed amalgamation of the different s…
 
Patrick Salt Murphy talks about his love for refereeing, the lack of respect for referees which is driving new recruits away from the sport, the community aspect of referees and gives his views on whether the GAA will have to consider giving referees more than just their travel and meal expenses.Av Presenter Kieran Murphy a freelance sports writer
 
He has only missed two county finals since 1971. He actually scored the winning goal in one. Leo McGough, Carlow's Memory Man, is passionate about his hurling and has been at hurling county finals in 28 counties. Here he talks about his love for the ancient game and his Clare background. For him, Marty Mouse Kavanagh is the greatest of all Carlow h…
 
His job is his hobby. His hobby is his job. Carlow GAA Games Development Manager, Sean Gannon, discusses the problems small counties face as they try to compete against the bigger counties with superior playing numbers. The Carlow inter-county player explains why the national football league is the most important competition for him. He captained É…
 
Martin talks about his love for the game of basketball, his respect for the players in what is a minority sport in Ireland, his relationship with referees, assesses what the American basketballers have brought to the game in Ireland and discusses the strong link that exists between the game of basketball and gaelic football.…
 
Greyhound trainer, Maurice Lawler, reflects on a wonderful success story at the recent National Coursing Championships where rank outsider, Tactical, was runner-up in the Oaks Final in what was described as a race for the ages. He also defends the sport and says the bad press which coursing sometimes get is undeserved.…
 
Today I talk to Kilkenny man, Pado Flynn. Pado has joined Palatine GFC and will coach their senior footballers this year. We discuss his reason for joining the club while we also hear his views on the national GAA competition structure, his relationship with referees and other topics.Av Presenter Kieran Murphy a freelance sports writer
 
You're a night watchmen at the Smithsonian. You spend your time in between rounds by watching season 2 of Togetherness. You dread finishing each episode as you know you are moving closer to the end. It's about time to make your rounds again. Everything seems business as usual until you get to That Room. You hate going in there. Even though the enti…
 
We interrupt your regularly scheduled podcast feed to bring you something new. Join hosts Andrew, PJ, and Aaron as they wade through video games forgotten to time to see if they deserve to be remembered. Welcome to The Bargain Bin: A Bad Videogame Podcast.If you like what you hear, come on over to https://soundcloud.com/thebargainbin or bit.ly/vide…
 
Loading …

Hurtigreferanseguide

Copyright 2022 | Sitemap | Personvern | Vilkår for bruk
Google login Twitter login Classic login