GAA Podcast – ‘To the Point’ (Episode 4)

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(L-R) Host Adrian Logan, Ger Houlahan and John Campbell

 

Welcome to our fourth GAA Podcast – ‘To the Point’ – hosted by Adrian LoganThis week we are coming from Richhill Recreation Centre, Armagh.

Each podcast surveys all happenings in GAA as the season develops, with in-depth opinion and analysis from key individuals on and off the field.

This week Adrian is joined by:

Ger Houlahan: Former Armagh and Pearse Óg forward and 1993 All-Star, Houlahan won two Ulster Championship medals in a highly decorated career.

&

John Campbell: GAA correspondent for the Belfast Telegraph.

 

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Points for discussion are documented below.

(Times are indicated should you wish to listen to any specific point raised):

00.00: Introduction

01.28: Ciaran McKeever is back. Where now with ‘sledging’ in the game?

09.33: Fourth officials in the game – what is role of Fourth official?

12.56: Talking back to the referee

16.04: Match bans/Cameras at all matches?

18.42: Derrytresk and Stephen Kernan

20.47: The phenomenon that is Crossmaglen and strength in depth in Ulster football

26.28: Donegal versus Armagh preview

27.58: Bizarre nature of the league to date and predictions for the weekend

32.56: Division 3 predictions

33.30 Division 4 predictions

36.50 Under 21 final Cavan versus Tyrone

38.44: How is the Minor Championship shaping up?

41.40: Is the GAA in a healthy state?

43.10: Ronan Clarke’s return?

44.51: All-Ireland predictions for 2012

48.51: Possible impact of empty trophy cabinets on futures of Kieran McGeeney and James McCartan?

49.38: Conclusion

 

 

 

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