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Calling Clare to beat Limerick again | Debating TJ v Canning | Cork and Clare's day at Thurles

All-Ireland winners James Skehill and Paul Murphy join Will O'Callaghan ahead of this Sunday's Munster and Leinster Senior Hurling Championship finals, they also discuss last Sunday's under-20 and minor All-Ireland deciders and debate whether Joe Canning or TJ Reid were the best player of their era. On this week's podcast: (0:00) - Eoghan Gunning stars as Clare overcome Galway in the All-Ireland MHC final. Galway's most disappointing performance of the season. The superb turnaround in underage fortunes for the Banner. Skehill meets Clare fans (and critics) of the pod. (10:38) - Semple Stadium double header made for a great occasion, could the GAA pair the finals together from now on? Cork's superb athleticism and fine recent record in the All-Ireland under-20 Championship. Should there have been more protection from the ref for the Offaly forwards? Head hits again up for discussion. (22:36) - Should the Munster SHC final have been fixed for the Gaelic Grounds? Clare will have zero fear. Slehill and Murphy think the visitors can end their wait for provincial success. (44:54) - Will the All-Ireland winners come from their Munster final? (51:43) - Kilkenny and Galway meet again in the Leinster final, what have we learned from both teams so far? Can Galway find some consistency? Adrian Mullin's injury. (01:03:36) - Joe Molloy lobs a grenade by asking the lads to pick who is better between TJ Reid and Joe Canning. Did Kilkenny pay any attention to Joe's comments in 2012? Hurling, It’s Anyone’s Game. The Hurling Pod has teamed up with Senior Hurling Championship sponsors Bord Gáis Energy, to uncover stories highlighting the positive impact hurling has had on people’s lives. Hurling, It’s Anyone’s Game. Off The Ball has teamed up with Senior Hurling Championship sponsors, Bord Gáis Energy, to uncover stories highlighting the positive impact hurling has had on people’s lives. For full competition details, please visit https://www.bordgaisenergy.ie/bgegaa

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16:00 5 Jun 2023



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Calling Clare to beat Limerick again | Debating TJ v Canning | Cork and Clare's day at Thurles


OffTheBall

OffTheBall

16:00 5 Jun 2023

All-Ireland winners James Skehill and Paul Murphy join Will O'Callaghan ahead of this Sunday's Munster and Leinster Senior Hurling Championship finals, they also discuss last Sunday's under-20 and minor All-Ireland deciders and debate whether Joe Canning or TJ Reid were the best player of their era.

On this week's podcast:

(0:00) - Eoghan Gunning stars as Clare overcome Galway in the All-Ireland MHC final. Galway's most disappointing performance of the season. The superb turnaround in underage fortunes for the Banner. Skehill meets Clare fans (and critics) of the pod.

(10:38) - Semple Stadium double header made for a great occasion, could the GAA pair the finals together from now on? Cork's superb athleticism and fine recent record in the All-Ireland under-20 Championship. Should there have been more protection from the ref for the Offaly forwards? Head hits again up for discussion.

(22:36) - Should the Munster SHC final have been fixed for the Gaelic Grounds? Clare will have zero fear. Slehill and Murphy think the visitors can end their wait for provincial success.

(44:54) - Will the All-Ireland winners come from their Munster final?

(51:43) - Kilkenny and Galway meet again in the Leinster final, what have we learned from both teams so far? Can Galway find some consistency? Adrian Mullin's injury.

(01:03:36) - Joe Molloy lobs a grenade by asking the lads to pick who is better between TJ Reid and Joe Canning. Did Kilkenny pay any attention to Joe's comments in 2012?

Hurling, It’s Anyone’s Game. The Hurling Pod has teamed up with Senior Hurling Championship sponsors Bord Gáis Energy, to uncover stories highlighting the positive impact hurling has had on people’s lives. Hurling, It’s Anyone’s Game.

Off The Ball has teamed up with Senior Hurling Championship sponsors, Bord Gáis Energy, to uncover stories highlighting the positive impact hurling has had on people’s lives. For full competition details, please visit https://www.bordgaisenergy.ie/bgegaa


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