OTB AM is back with more fallout from the UEFA Champions League, a look ahead to the Champions Cup knockouts, and the first day of The Masters.
Will O'Callaghan will break down the definitive Hurling Power Rankings, effectively calling the Championship before it starts.
Munster have to bounce back from a poor performance against Leinster if they are to beat Exeter in the Champions Cup knockouts this weekend. Connacht also face the imposing task of facing Leinster. Alan Quinlan joins OTB AM to break down Europe.
It is day one of the Masters, and Joe Molloy has never been so excited! He joins the lads on OTB AM to break down his excitement and what we can expect from Tiger Woods and the rest of the field.
Eoin Sheahan is back in Belfast, and this time he visited one of the most infamous sections of Belfast, Ardoyne. He has his report from the area.
Finally, following Chelsea's 3-1 defeat to Real Madrid in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals, Phil Egan breaks down the permutations and predictions for the remainder of the competition.
Erik Ten Hag looks set to take over at United, while Frank Lampard flounders at Everton
Would Seamus Coleman be a better manager at Everton at the moment than Frank Lampard? Ger Gilroy certainly thought so on OTB AM. Aside from that, however, the seemingly inevitable announcement that Erik Ten Hag will be the next Manchester United manager got Ger and Eoin Sheahan talking.
In spite of the Champions League action on Wednesday night, Phil Egan correctly called that the interesting match of the midweek would be Everton against Burnley, as it meant that Frank Lampard would be closer to getting the sack.
Hank steals the show yet again!
How is it possible that Will O’Callaghan could concentrate on giving his Hurling Power Rankings when Hank was at his feet nibbling on his earphones? Pure professionalism from the two of them!
Munster are in such a bad way that Alan Quinlan doesn't even get slagged in Dublin anymore
The host of The Red 78 podcast Alan Quinlan broke down Munster's chances in Europe this weekend, and also gave a passing look at how Connacht might fair against the Leinster giants.
It's the most wonderful time of the year! At least for Joe Molloy
Golf Weekly's Joe Molloy could barely hold in his excitement for the start of the Masters on Thursday. But, with Tiger Woods back on the course, who could blame him?
The struggles of GAA in Ardoyne
Eoin Sheahan was back out in the field again, reporting from one of the most infamous communities of Belfast, Ardoyne. He spoke with locals who discussed the history of the GAA in the area during the Troubles.
Ireland have the confidence they need ahead of Sweden
Republic of Ireland midfielder Heather Payne, fresh off the plane from Florida and only slightly jet lagged, spoke with Sheahan ahead of the World Cup Qualifier against Sweden.
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