Saturday 1 October 2016

The Throw-In Podcast: Massive performances needed for Tipp to triumph says Eoin Kelly

The Throw-In Podcast

Published 07/07/2016 | 17:47

2010 All-Ireland-winning captain Eoin Kelly. Photo: Sportsfile
2010 All-Ireland-winning captain Eoin Kelly. Photo: Sportsfile

“Massive performances are needed from Tipp’s half-forwards and midfield to get them over the line against Waterford,” said Tipp legend, Eoin Kelly, on this week’s Throw-In podcast, in association with BoyleSports.

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Whilst Kelly acknowledged Waterford would make it a closer game than recent Munster final clashes between the teams, he still believed that now was the time for the Tipp players to push on for silverware, just as Kilkenny have done.

For the hurling qualifiers with Cork v Wexford and Clare v Limerick, the Throw-In panel of Frank Roche, Donnchadh Boyle, Conor McKeon and Michael Verney discussed whether managerial positions would be on the line with defeats on Saturday.

In football, David Brady previewed the Connacht football final tipping Roscommon to do the business over Galway while he also called on the Mayo players to lift their game against Fermanagh or else it was time for changes in the starting line-up.

For this week’s €50 charity bet, BoyleSports Leon Blanche, opted for a treble of Tipp, Meath and Galway at 11/2 while The Throw-In team hoped to beat the bookie with their 11/2 double of Offaly and Clare.

From talking points, solo-runs and head-to-heads, we’re bringing you the best GAA Championship insight and analysis, in association with BoyleSports.

Latest episodes of the Throw-In podcast will be available every Thursday on Independent.ie and listeners can subscribe to the show on iTunes.

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