Referees, umpires, cards and time-keeping all came under the microscope after this weekend’s Allianz Football League games and on this week’s Throw-In, Ciaran Whelan joined Will Slattery and Donnchadh Boyle to go through all the big talking points.
Playing with fourteen men, the clash in Castlebar between Mayo and Dublin became a foregone conclusion, but for David Brady, who joined Will Slattery, Michael Verney and John Brennan on this week’s Throw-In, the failings on the scoreboard over long periods of time is still a major cause of concern for his county.
On the latest episode of The Throw-In, Will Slattery and Michael Verney are joined by Donnchadh Boyle of the Irish Independent and Cork legend Brid Stack to look ahead to the All-Ireland football final replay and the ladies football final.
It’s a repeat of the 2013 decider with Galway and Kilkenny facing off in the 2019 Camogie All-Ireland final on Sunday and Dublin’s Aisling Maher and Kilkenny legend Elaine Aylward joined Will Slattery and Michael Verney on this week’s Throw-In to preview the game.
Mayo’s victory over Donegal at the weekend was one of those great days and the stand-out occasion of the football championship so far, but they’re now facing just a six-day turnaround to play a more rested Dublin team in Croke Park.
It’s the finest of margins that decide matches at this stage of the championship and the 2019 All Hurling Final sees the return of the traditional heavyweights, with Tipperary and Kilkenny facing off in August after a weekend of epic semi-finals.
The Throw-In broadcast live from the Hotel Kilkenny this week to preview the All Ireland Hurling Quarter-Finals with an all star cast of JJ Delaney, John Mullane and Ger Cunningham along with INM's Vincent Hogan, Conor McKeon and Michael Verney.
This summer’s hurling Championship keeps on giving and it was another incredible weekend with Laois’ memorable and historic victory over Dublin that sees them into an All Ireland quarter final against Tipperary.
The cauldron of Parnell Park was the place to be at the weekend as the Dublin hurlers finally got a big victory that counted and put Galway out of the championship, who must be feeling punch-drunk after results went against them.
It was a performance that put the Galway hurlers back in the frame for the All-Ireland and this week’s Throw-In pays tribute to not just the Galway players, who stood up in the absence of Joe Canning, but the quality of the Leinster Hurling Championship this year.
The faith Liam Sheedy showed in his Tipp players was repaid in buckets with their impressive seven-point win over Cork on Sunday and Brendan Cummins joined Will Slattery, Michael Verney and Donnchadh Boyle on this week’s Throw-In podcast to discuss their chances for the 2019 Championship.
The 2019 Hurling Championship starts with a bang this weekend and with so many contenders in the mix in both the Leinster and Munster Championships, the winner of this year's Liam MacCarthy is anyone's guess.
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