PODCAST: The Third Half – Monday, 7th December 2020
This week’s guests:
- Jonny Garrity (Fermanagh football manager – 42:23)
- Orlagh Murray (Armagh camogie captain – 57:44)
Darren Kelly and Cóilín Duffy review the weekend’s action in the TG4 All-Ireland football championships; and the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland camogie finals.
The big talking point was the Cork vs Galway All-Ireland senior semi-final that, at two hours notice, was brought forward 30 minutes and moved to Croke Park. We look at how this situation developed and could it have been avoided;
Saturday was a day of celebration as Fermanagh were crowned TG4 junior champions after a 2-9 to 0-12 win over Wicklow. We hear from their manager Jonny Garrity;
And famines came to an end in Breffni Park as the All-Ireland intermediate and premier junior competitions were concluded. Down ended a 22-year wait for the Jack McGrath Cup by beating Antrim 4-16 to 2-10;
And Armagh are Premier Junior title holders for the first time sine 1993 as they won 0-19 to 3-7 against Cavan. We chat to their joint captain Orlagh Murray.
**’The Third Half’ broadcasts every Monday on sportsdaz.ie
**This week’s guest (Tuesday) on ‘The Fair Green’ is Kerry camogie star Patrice Diggin
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