PODCAST: The Third Half – Monday, 26th July 2021
Darren Kelly presents weekend reaction from the big games in the TG4 All-Ireland Football Championships; and the All-Ireland camogie championships.
- Ronan Murphy (Armagh football manager – 0:20)
- Wayne Freeman (Louth football manager – 7:35)
- Shannen McLoughlin (Louth football captain – 11:10)
- Garry Daly (Offaly football manager – 15:00)
- Aislinn McFarland (Antrim football captain – 16:55)
- Jimmy Lyons (Mayo camogie manager – 25:55)
Armagh have topped Group 1 of the TG4 All-Ireland senior football championship following a 3-14 to 0-12 victory over Mayo on Saturday. Meath await in next week’s quarter-finals and we get Ronan Murphy’s thoughts.
In the TG4 intermediate football championship, Louth took the last quarter-final spot on Sunday evening in Clane by beating Offaly 4-11 to 3-6, setting up a meeting with Laois. We were there to witness Kate Flood get two goals, with Niamh Rice and Laura Collins also on target.
Darren chats to Louth manager Wayne Freeman and captain Shannen McLoughlin; and to Offlay boss Garry Daly.
And Antrim have made 10 goals in two games as they secured their TG4 All-Ireland Junior semi-finals place with a 5-10 to 2-7 victory over Limerick and we chat to the Saffrons’ captain Aislinn McFarland.
In camogie, the Nancy Murray Cup is up and running. Mayo played their first championship game in 50 years beating Donegal 7-26 to 1-1 in Buncrana and we got the thoughts of manager Jimmy Lyons.
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