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Andy Moran and Paddy Andrews have seen it all when it comes to Gaelic Football and now they're on the same team. Throughout the summer, the Mayo legend and Dublin's seven-time All-Ireland winner will be bringing you inside the world of intercounty football alongside Tommy Rooney of Off The Ball. Subscribe to us right here on the OTB Sports app, and get the podcast every Wednesday. You'll find the podcast in the 'OTB GAA' stream or by searching for 'The Football Pod with Paddy + Andy'. Availa ...
 
Each Real Talks episode provides a prominent Irish figure with the opportunity to talk about life lessons, leadership, resilience, purpose, sport, passions and much more. Season One features 10 leading GAA players speaking in a way they have never been heard before. Guests include Kevin McManamon, a four time All-Ireland winner with Dublin, and Brendan Maher, Tipperary’s All-Ireland winning captain in 2016. No more clickbait. No more soundbites. Choose real people. Choose real stories. Alan ...
 
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A former member of the Sligo GAA County Board has called for more gender balance on all GAA committees, and any voluntary committees who are in receipt of Government funding. Gerry O'Connor insists the GAA need to ensure there are at least 2 women on all their committeesOceanFM Ireland による
 
Rory O'Neill and Mikey Stafford welcome back Ciaran Whelan and Dessie Dolan to reflect on Tyrone's All-Ireland triumph. The Red Hand are a young and dedicated team that could inspire the next wave of Ulster champions, as Mayo deal with another heartbreak, Kerry in managerial turmoil and Dublin need to reimagine their attacking play.…
 
The Director of Public Health with the HSE North West has moved to address concerns raised over the administering of Covid boosters and flu jabs to elderly people at the same time. Dr Anthony Breslin says people need not be worried, and has been outlining an improving Covid numbers situation in the North West…
 
Gardai in Donegal Town have warned motorists that they are now adopting a tougher approach to motorist who fail to stop at traffic lights outside the local Scoil Aodh Rua agus Nuala national school. The problem of illegal parking at the school is also causing concern. Garda Joanne Doherty has this week's 'On The Beat'…
 
One voter listed as disabled, playing GAA in the United States. One of the anomalies associated with the registration of a larger than normal number of postal votes in the Ballymote-Tubbercurry electoral area in the 2019 Sligo County Council elections, into which a Garda investigation is now nearing its conclusion…
 
Paddy Prendergast, who played at full-back on Mayo's All-Ireland winning teams of 1950 and 1951 died on Saturday at the age of 95. With his passing, the final link to the group of players who took part in the last two All-Ireland finals won by the county has now been severed. In this special episode of the Mayo News football podcast, we pay tribute…
 
Cregg House in Sligo, which has catered for those with intellectual disabilities, closed for good yesterday, after 66 years, marked by a special Mass and reception. Families of service users have been remembering their association with the facility, like Thelma, whose brother Cyril attended Cregg for over 40 years…
 
It's now two weeks on from Mayo's latest, hugely disappointing All-Ireland final defeat. The debate about how and why the final was lost continues to rumble on, as the county comes to terms with the fact that yet another opportunity to land the Sam Maguire has once again slipped from its grasp. In this episode of the Mayo News football podcast we d…
 
Extra bank holidays for frontline workers for their Covid efforts, a ban on smokey fuel, the leadership of Micheál Martin, lack of housing, and memories of school are among the issues discussed on this week's Friday Panel. Guests are former Fianna Fail TD, Eamon Scanlon, and Martina Harkin-Kelly, former President of the INMO…
 
Eve McDowell from Grange in Co Sligo has welcomed initial moves taken in the Seanad this week to make stalking a standalone crime. Eve was herself a victim of stalking, which led to a man being jailed for 7 years, after which she and others launched a campaign to highlight the issueOceanFM Ireland による
 
The parents of children with special needs who attend the Holy Family pre-school in Sligo has totally rejected a HSE statement that Speech and Language Therapy, and Occupational Therapy services are being withdrawn. They insist such vital services need to be provided on-site, as before. Parents Aimee McHugh and James Conway explain more…
 
This Week on the show we talk with Nicola Cleary, Director of the upcoming Sligo Baroque Festival, which features JS Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos. We chat with singer/songwriter, Mabel Chah, about her acting debut in Herself by Element Pictures, and project Manager for the Leitrim Local Live series, Siobhán O’Malley, fills us in on the many events …
 
Noel Kennedy on the Sligo-Leitrim referees situation.Peter Campbell and Gary Duffy on Donegal GAA's decision to order a replay of the Ardara-Bundoran SFC game.Sligo Grammar School's James Gavin on Hubert Gilvarry's elevation to the Connacht Rugby senior matchday squad.Sligo GAA's Seán Carroll on the football managerial appointments.To contact the p…
 
Donegal GAA has ordered the senior championship match between Ardara and Bundoran to be replayed. That's one of several talking points for this week's episode of the Donegal GAA podcast - hosted by Conor Breslin - in the company of journalist Peter Campbell and Buncrana manager Gary Duffy.OceanFM Ireland による
 
Sligo Grammar School rugby coach James Gavin pays tribute to past pupil Hubert Gilvarry on his call-up to the Connacht senior rugby matchday squad for this Friday's opening United Rugby Championship game against Cardiff at the Arms Park.OceanFM Ireland による
 
Tomorrow is Make Way Day, the annual campaign to highlight the obstacles that impede those with disabilities in public spaces. However, Jackie McBrearty of Sligo, who is visually impaired, says it's more important that long-term changes come into effect to assist people like herOceanFM Ireland による
 
Limerick prevailed in the All-Ireland final with an eye-catching, record scoreline of 3-32 against Cork. Mikey Stafford is joined by Anthony Daly and former inter-county referee Barry Kelly to look at five potential rule changes proposed by Rory O'Neill, who was not on hand to defend his masterplan.RTÉ Sport による
 
Patrick from Sligo, who describes himself as a small landlord, says landlords like him need more protection and should also be given more rights. He was reacting to the new Renter's Rights Bill currently being brought forward in the Dail by the Labour PartyOceanFM Ireland による
 
Members of Sligo County Council have agreed to contact he RSA and the Department of Transport, urging that the operators of the NCT centre in Sligo be excluded from any future tender for the service. It's because of their refusal to provide outdoor shelters for customers during Covid, while their vehicles are being tested…
 
The numbers of cases of Covid in the North West are on the decrease, and the situation in relation to outbreaks at Covid at Sligo University Hospital is improving. That's according to the Director of Public Health with the HSE North West, Dr Anthony Breslin, who's also clarified the situation with children having symptoms being asked to leave schoo…
 
Welcome to Ep. 20 of The Football Pod with Paddy and Andy - it's the first annual, Paddy and Andy, end-of-season Gaelic Football awards on TFP, We're calling it The Football Pod-Stars, and we're picking our Team of the Year, our MVP and hearing about the potential the lads would like to see in 2022 - click the timestamps to head to each section, as…
 
We’ve a packed show again for you this week with the county championships in full swing across all codes at the minute. Up first we're chatting to one of the busiest men in Cork GAA. Cathrach Keane will take to the field for the Newcestown footballers at 2pm this Saturday as they take on West Cork rivals Carbery Rangers in a must-win Premier Senior…
 
Cregg House in Sligo, which has catered for those with intellectual disabilities since 1955, is to close permanently this coming Sunday. Fr John Carroll, who's been chaplain at Cregg for 34 years, has been reflecting on the close connections built up with service users and their familiesOceanFM Ireland による
 
Martin Homer has just been told his house in Co Donegal has to be demolished, as a result of the presence of mica in its structure. The family have lived there for 14 years and Martin says the questions being asked by his 6 year old daughter are the toughest of all to deal withOceanFM Ireland による
 
Glencar/Manor manager Seán Boylan talks to Ocean FM Sport's Brian Kerrigan following Sunday's 4-10 to 0-8 defeat to Ballinamore Seán O'Heslin's in the quarter-final of the Leitrim Connacht Gold SFC, played in Carrick-on-Shannon (pictured).OceanFM Ireland による
 
The no confidence motion in Simon Coveney, the resignation of the FF party whip by Marc MacSharry, politicians' sense of dress, President Higgins invitation rejection, the Connacht Ladies Rugby changing facilities, and Mayo for Sam are all discussed on this week's Friday Panel, Guests are Minister Frank Feighan and TD Martin Kenny…
 
Independent Deputy Marian Harkin has defended her decision to support the Government in this week's Dail no confidence motion in Minister Simon Coveney. She says there's a misconception among some that Independent TDs should be expected to vote against Government, but she always votes on the issue under discussion.…
 
A SIPTU shop steward has called for the number of outdoor workers with Sligo County Council to be doubled. Brian Scanlon claims there are currently only 10 outdoor workers servicing the town of Sligo with a 25,000 population, and he wants council management to address the matterOceanFM Ireland による
 
The grim reality of yet another All-Ireland final loss is now sinking in with Mayo supporters, following the county's defeat to Tyrone in last Saturday's Sam Maguire decider. As the number of finals lost continues to mount so too does the sense of frustration about Mayo's repeated inability to take that last, decisive step to glory. In this episode…
 
The gradual return to indoor sport has seen a surge in interest for swimming classes. Is that all down to the pandemic? Or - could it be the ‘Mona’ effect? A local swim school owner tells us how teaching swimming has changed and why demand for classes seems to be exceeding supply.Plus - 30 of Sligo best every gaelic footballers have shared their mo…
 
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