THE Throw-In is producing rivetting radio. It's on Phoenix FM (92.5) every Monday night (7.30pm).
The show highlights clubs in the Dublin 15 area.
Those that have featured include Erin go Bragh, St Brigid's, Tyrrelstown, St Peregrine's, Castleknock and Na Gaeil Óga.
People can text the programme on 085-1050181. Podcasts are available from www.phoenixfm.ie
HARRY LAMBE is back to full fitness. He made his return at Scoil Uí Chonaill.
He was looking around for umpires. Tommy Naughton was the first to put the hand up.
"Tommy did a marvellous job with the Dublin hurlers. Sometimes, I feel he doesn't get the credit he deserves.
"They went on to do very well, winning the National League and the Leinster championship, and I feel Tommy played a big role in that," added popular ref Harry, who says he was chuffed with the welcome he has received from Dublin clubs.
MOSSY QUINN is proving a perceptive pundit. He impressed on Setanta on Saturday night.
In recent times, Gary Neville and Ronan O'Gara have been earning the acclaim of the TV critics.
And Mossy is up there with them. The only difference is that he's still knocking them over the bar.
And, hopefully, he'll be featuring prominently on the box, and in the boots, next Monday.
NEAR FM (90.3) and Dublin City FM (103.2) will have live commentary on the St Vincent's v Castlebar Mitchels All-Ireland Club Football final on St Patrick's Day. Fergus Carroll and Mick Hanley will be at ringside.