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The biggest stories in Irish rugby with our team of writers and experts, including Rúaidhrí O'Connor, Cian Tracey, Will Slattery, Sineád Kissane and Luke Fitzgerald. From breaking news to in-depth analysis, expert opinion and post-match comment we have every position covered. From in-depth analysis to team news and post-match analysis we have every position covered.
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Rúaidhrí O’Connor join Cian Tracey and Luke Fitzgerald to assess the chances of a Leinster v Munster decider in the URC. Leinster have logistical headaches and altitude to contend with as they travel to face the Bulls in Loftus Versfeld - Luke remembers how playing at such heights can impact your body. Meanwhile - Munster can make most of their par…
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In this detailed discussion Kev & Bowser go through the Niall Carew era in detail after he parted company with the county at the weekend. Kev has been crunching the numbers and the stats comparison between Carew & Turlough O'Brien's respective tenure's make for interesting debate and discussion. The lads trash out what the priorities should be. Men…
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Luke Fitzgerald and Will Slattery look ahead to the URC playoffs on the latest episode of The Left Wing podcast. Munster are in the box seat after securing top seeding with an exciting win over Ulster and the lads think the Thomond Park factor could see them defend their URC crown. Leinster will have to do it the hard way with a likely trip to Sout…
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Luke Fitzgerald, Cian Tracey and Will Slattery break down Leinster's dramatic Champions Cup final defeat to Toulouse on the latest episode of The Left Wing podcast. Poor handling, bad decision making, and some heroic Toulouse defence saw the French side triumph in extra time. The lads discuss all the major talking points after Leinster's third succ…
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Hurling legend Terence 'Sambo' McNaughton joins us for a fantastic discussion this week. We also look at the Carlow Footballers clash with Wicklow & much more An icon of Hurling, 'Sambo' outlines his concerns over insufficient promotion of the game. He gives us great perspective and some of the challenges and also insight on how to improve things. …
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There was more Champions Cup final heartbreak for Leinster this weekend. They were beaten 31 points to 22 after extra time by Toulouse in an epic final at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium in London. Rúaidhrí O'Connor and Cian Tracey joined Sinéad Kissane to discuss another lost final for Leinster with Antoine Dupont producing a man-of-the-match perfor…
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The stage is set for the first Champions Cup final between Leinster and Toulouse tomorrow in London. Leinster are going for their fifth title when they play the French side at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Rúaidhrí O'Connor and Cian Tracey joined Sinéad Kissane at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to discuss the team selections and give their final th…
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On the latest episode of The Left Wing podcast, Ruaidhri O'Connor, Luke Fitzgerald and Will Slattery preview Leinster vs Toulouse in the Champions Cup final Leinster's record in deciders has not been good in the last few years and Ruaidhri thinks the psychological baggage they are carrying could be significant. Luke says Jacques Nienaber's defensiv…
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Kev has a lot to get off his chest so he has drafted in Barry 'The Bowser' Doyle for this heated episode. Topics include: * ⁠Carlow v Wexford & massive game v Antrim * Carlow v Fermanagh Tailteann Cup & Huge game v Wicklow * ⁠GAA GO statistical analysis * ⁠Media Coverage shortcomings * Jarlath Burns biggest test ★ Support this podcast ★…
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Munster's rich vein of form is a main topic of discussion on this week's episode of The Left Wing where Luke Fitzgerald and Cian Tracey join Will Slattery. Just like last season, Graham Rowntree's men have timed their URC run nicely, and after a big win over Connacht, their title defence looks in a great place. It's a different story for Connacht, …
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You won't have seen a more vocal and passionate Carlow man in Dr Cullen Park on Saturday evening than former Carlow Hurler Pat Coady. Pat joins us to discuss the famous day. We ask Pat: - Is it the biggest day in Carlow Hurling History? - Is it the biggest result in Hurling history? - Is there enough made of it in National Media and Podcast outlets…
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In a very special episode, we bring you reaction from an historic day at Dr Cullen Park as Carlow earned themselves a draw against All Ireland Finalists Kilkenny. We hear from: Dion Wall Paul Doyle Niall Bolger Chris Nolan Kevin McDonald Johnny Nevin Jack Kavanagh Marty Kavanagh ★ Support this podcast ★…
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Stephen Attride joins us for a fantastic wide ranging discussion. Topics include: Carlow v Laois Rivalry 2018 tussles Captaining Laois Serious Head Injury Finding exercise away from Football Knockbeg Running for Ireland Killeshin Life in Oz All this and much more! ★ Support this podcast ★द्वारा Kevin Regan
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Former Hurler of the Year and All Ireland Winning Captain Eoin Larkin joins us today for excellent discussion. The Kilkenny stalwart chats to us about the following: Leinster SHC Working with Brian Cody Standard in Carlow TV Coverage issues Hurling facing competition Carlow v Kilkenny ★ Support this podcast ★…
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Leinster nervously inched their way closer to a fifth European Champions Cup, after a nail-biting finish at GAA HQ on Saturday evening. A James Lowe hat trick capped an impressive first 60 minutes in style, but why did things fall apart as the final whistle approached? Will Luke and Cian discuss how a 37 minute period without a score will be punish…
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With two games played in the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship, Carlow have enjoyed a grand total of approximately 3 minutes of action on The Sunday Game highlights show. It's been a pet hate for years in the county and this year it has become a major talking point again. As bad as this is, how does Carlow man Peter Fortune feel? Peter is captai…
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Tommy Buggy Chats: - Carlow Minor Hurling Glory Days - Carlow Hurling Ahead of it's time in 00's - Return to St Mullins - Leinster SHC - TV Coverage & More ★ Support this podcast ★द्वारा Kevin Regan
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Leinster's selection policy ahead of their Champions Cup semi-final is a big topic of discussion on the latest episode of The Left Wing. Luke Fitzgerald, Rúaidhrí O'Connor and Will Slattery discuss whether Leo Cullen made a mistake in resting so many starters for the recent trip to South Africa and break down some of the big selection talking point…
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It was a memorable weekend for Ireland after they secured automatic qualification for next year's World Cup in England. Scott Bemand's team finished third in the Women's Six Nations table which also means they will play in Tier 1 of the WXV competition later this year. Anna Caplice and Ali Donnelly joined Sinéad Kissane on the Left Wing podcast to …
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In terms of Hurling there is very little that Michael Walsh hasn't seen or done. He has won the All Ireland with Kilkenny as a Player, Managed his county at underage level, Managed Carlow Senior Hurlers and also has worked as a pundit for KCLR for the best part of 20 years. Michael joins us for a great discussion not just on the above, but many oth…
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After Munster's performance in Loftus, can their win over the Bulls be the catalyst for a URC defence and what about the difference RG Snyman makes? Cian Tracey and Luke Fitzgerald join Rúaidhrí O’Connor on this week’s Left Wing podcast to discuss all the big talking points for Irish rugby from the weekend. After Leinster’s uncharacteristic loss to…
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England dished out a 88-10 hammering to Ireland in the Women's Six Nations at Twickenham last weekend. The world number one-ranked team completely overwhelmed Ireland as they ran in 14 tries. Scott Bemand's side will play Scotland in Belfast in next Saturday's final round with an automatic place in next year’s World Cup up for grabs for the team th…
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BOD is in the hot seat with Kev in for a fleeting visit. The wide ranging episode covers the following: Carlow's Leinster SHC clash v Galway - U20 Hurling & Football optimism - Minors showing potential - Ladies Football Flagships - Minor Camogie & More ★ Support this podcast ★द्वारा Kevin Regan
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League Champions: Edel Hayden & Ella Molloy speak to BOD after enjoying recent Division 4 League Final success with Carlow ‍ ★ Support this podcast ★द्वारा Kevin Regan
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Leinster's emphatic win over La Rochelle and their blockbuster signing of Jordie Barrett are up for discussion on the latest episode of The Left Wing. Rúaidhrí O'Connor, Luke Fitzgerald and Will Slattery break down the key moments behind Leinster's victory and single out the key performers like Will Connors and Joe McCarthy. Jacques Nienaber's infl…
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Ireland have jumped to third in the Women's Six Nations table after their excellent bonus point win over Wales at Musgrave Park on Saturday. Ireland scored five tries as they won 36-5 to record their first win in the championship since April 2022. Anna Caplice and Ali Donnelly joined Sinéad Kissane to talk through this very impressive performance a…
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Leinster's showdown with La Rochelle and Munster's Champions Cup exit are both up for discussion on the latest episode of The Left Wing. Cian Tracey, Luke Fitzgerald and Will Slattery look back on the round of 16 clashes that saw Leinster beat Leicester and Munster go down to Northampton. La Rochelle now loom for Leinster, and the lads break down w…
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When it comes to covering all things GAA there are few that have done and seen more than Johnny Nevin. Having played both codes at the highest level and held his own with the best in the business, Johnny gives us his views on the current state of county setups from Senior right down to underage in both codes. We get his thoughts on the Senior Footb…
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Rúaidhrí O'Connor, Luke Fitzgerald and Will Slattery look ahead to the Champions Cup last 16 on the latest episode of The Left Wing. Leinster and Munster take on Leicester and Northampton respectively this weekend, while Ulster and Connacht also face French opposition in the Challenge Cup. The lads preview all four games as well as looking back on …
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Carlow Ladies Footballers take on Limerick this coming Saturday at 2pm in the Lidl National Football League Final. We caught up with Clíodhna Ní Shé ahead of the clash for a good honest wide ranging discussion. ★ Support this podcast ★द्वारा Kevin Regan
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Ireland suffered their second defeat of this season's Women's Six Nations after a 27-21 loss to Italy in front of a record attendance at the RDS on Sunday. Next up for Scott Bemand's team is Wales in Cork on April 13. Anna Caplice and Ali Donnelly join Sinéad Kissane on the latest episode of the Left Wing to discuss the factors that cost Ireland an…
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The return of the URC and the downside to playing rugby in Croke Park is up for discussion on the latest episode of The Left Wing. Will Slattery and Luke Fitzgerald discuss what Leinster, Munster, Ulster and Connacht need to do to ensure a strong finish to the season with some big games to come over the next few weeks. The lads also discuss Ireland…
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It was a fantastic weekend for Carlow Ladies Footballers as they sealed promotion after a last gasp Maeve O'Neill goal. We catch up with Rachel Sawyer who talks us through it. Carlow Senior Hurlers are prepping for a League Final this Sunday. We chat to veteran Jack Kavanagh ahead of that. We also go through underage fixtures, camogie and lots more…
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Ireland opened their 2024 Women's Six Nations with a 38-17 defeat to France in Le Mans but there were some improvements on last year's performance against the French with Aoife Wafer and Aoife Dalton scoring tries with the Irish defence also a plus. Anna Caplice and Ali Donnelly join Sinéad Kissane on The Left Wing podcast to discuss the improvemen…
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The 2024 Women's Six Nations kicks off this weekend with Ireland facing France in Le Mans on Saturday. After finishing bottom of the table last year, Ireland - under new head coach Scott Bemand - will hope for a much better showing in this year's edition. Anna Caplice and Ali Donnelly joined Sinéad Kissane on the latest edition of The Left Wing to …
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Ireland are Six Nations champions once again as Luke Fitzgerald, Cian Tracey and Will Slattery look back on another memorable campaign. The final victory over Scotland failed to hit the heights as Luke and Cian pick out areas where Ireland will look to improve ahead of two tests against South Africa this summer. However, there were also plenty of p…
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Ireland are back to back Six Nations champions. They beat Scotland 17-13 at the Aviva stadium today. Rúaidhrí O'Connor and Cian Tracey joined Sinéad Kissane after the game to discuss the big talking points including the possibility that it could be O'Mahony's last game in an Ireland jersey. ­ Head to www.mypodcastfeedback.com pop in code WING and f…
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Andy Farrell has named an unchanged team for Saturday's Six Nations game against Scotland at the Aviva stadium. Farrell has gone with a 5/3 bench split with Garry Ringrose among the subs. On today's episode of The Left Wing, Rúaidhrí O'Connor and Cian Tracey joined Sinéad Kissane to discuss the team and bench that Farrell has named as they chase a …
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Ireland's shock defeat to England at Twickenham is up for discussion on the latest episode of The Left Wing. Cian Tracey joins Luke Fitzgerald and Will Slattery to break down where things went wrong for Andy Farrell's men. A passive defence, poor kicking strategy and a questionable use of the bench all contributed to the Ireland defeat. Italy's sur…
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Two great characters join us for this weeks show. Brian 'Skeough' Kelly wore the Carlow jersey with distinction for a decade or so and he doesn't pull any punches in how he sees the modern game. He also shares some hilarious stories. Marty 'Mouse' Kavanagh chats to us about Carlow's promotion to Division 1 for 2025. The turnaround in fortunes in 12…
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It was heartache for Ireland after they lost to England and a drop goal with the last kick of the game but in the end the better team won. Rúaidhrí O’Connor and Cian Tracey give their immediate post-match analysis from Twickenham and reflect on why Ireland played below par and what it means for their final Six Nations game against Scotland next wee…
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The fit-again Hugo Keenan is back in the Ireland team for Saturday's Six Nations game with England with no place for Garry Ringrose in the squad. ­ Andy Farrell has once again gone with a 6:2 split on the bench which includes Ciarán Frawley and Ian Henderson while James Ryan has been ruled out with a bicep injury he picked up in training yesterday.…
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Ireland's Twickenham showdown against England is up for discussion on the latest episode of The Left Wing podcast. Jonathan Bradley joins Luke Fitzgerald and Will Slattery to break down the big talking points as Andy Farrell's side continue their march towards another Grand Slam. England's stuttering attack, Ireland's bench selection and Jack Crowl…
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When it comes to Carlow GAA there are very few people that offer better insight on both codes than James Hickey. As a player he has achieved a massive amount and he's on a great path in terms of coaching and managing teams both at underage and adult level. He joins us to talk about a wide range of topics which is sure to keep you entertained for an…
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Rúaidhrí O'Connor, Luke Fitzgerald and Will Slattery assess Ireland's dominant start to the Six Nations on the latest episode of The Left Wing podcast. The lack of a World Cup hangover, navigating the post-Johnny Sexton era and a stingy defence have all been impressive hallmarks of Ireland's three bonus-point victories to date. There are two games …
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Steven Miller of Laois Today joins us with Carlow and Laois on somewhat of a collision course over the past few weeks and they may indeed meet again over the coming weeks in both codes depending on what happens. We ask do Laois have a sense of entitlement that they should beat Carlow in Hurling? Are referees almost gone above criticism? A petition …
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Ireland have made it three bonus point wins in a row in the 2024 Six Nations. Andy Farrell’s team beat Wales 31-7 at the Aviva stadium and Rúaidhrí O’Connor and Cian Tracey joined Sinéad Kissane after the game to discuss the big talking points from Ireland’s win. And don’t forget to join Luke Fitzgerald and Will Slattery on Wednesday for their in-d…
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GAA League tables is an incredible offering on Twitter! In what is his first ever interview, Niall who is the person behind the service talks us through the story of it. We hear of how it was formed. How it has grown. How people rely on it. Criticism from a well known former Monaghan player! And much more! It's a cracking listen - what a character!…
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Ciarán Frawley has been named at full-back in the Ireland team to play Wales in the Six Nations on Saturday at the Aviva stadium. The rest of the team is the same as the one that started the opening round win over France in Marseille while the uncapped Oli Jager is on the bench. Rúaidhrí O'Connor and Cian Tracey join Sinéad Kissane on The Left Wing…
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Ireland's clash with Wales on Saturday is the main topic of discussion on the latest episode of The Left Wing podcast. Jonathan Bradley joins Luke Fitzgerald and Will Slattery to look forward to round three of the Six Nations and pick through the major talking points ahead of the Ireland team announcement. The lads also discuss Ireland's formidable…
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