The Throw In: Joe Brolly on GAA gym culture, Tomás Ó Sé on Brendan O'Sullivan and John Mullane on Dublin hurling crisis
On this week's Throw-In, Joe Brolly questions the gym culture in the GAA, Tomás Ó'Sé criticises the leaking of the Brendan O'Sullivan report, and John Mullane says it is worrying times for Dublin hurling.
Also on the show this week with Will Slattery is Rory O'Connor from Rory's Stories, Kevin Nolan from the Herald and the Irish Independent's Colm Keys.
Tomás Ó'Sé has defended the Kerry County Board in the wake of the news of the Brendan O'Sullivan positive doping result and questioned why Sport Ireland have taken 13 months for their report to still be finalised.
Joe Brolly told Will and Rory about the changing physique of inter-county GAA players describing minor players as akin to provincial rugby teams and questioned the gym culture that now exists in the game.
And is Dublin hurling in crisis? John Mullane says it is 'worrying times' for the county and though he believes Ger Cunningham should see out the remainder of the season, Mullane wonders if Anthony Daly would be the man needed to fix things once again.
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