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Colm Parkinson hosts dedicated Gaelic football and hurling shows with special guests including Paul Galvin, JJ Delaney, Damien Hayes, Senan Connell, Conal Keaney and Barry Cahill

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Marc O’Se on training 'holidays' and Brian Hurley on his horrific injuries
No match previews again but we’ve a great show this week with Marc O’Se telling us about his training trips abroad with kerry and Brian Hurley talking us through his two career threatening hamstring injuries in the last 8 months. As usual Wooly and Conan discuss the week's news.
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Joe Canning interview, Tipp collapse & finally trusting Galway
Joe Canning is the star attraction on this week's show as he joins on the line to look back at yesterday's league final among other things. Wooly, Mikey, JJ and Paddy attempt to analyse a surprisingly one-sided game.
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Davy Fitzgerald the liability, playing with broken bones and league final preview
The hurling show is back with Wooly, Damien and Conal previewing the league final between Galway and Tipperary. But first they discuss Davy Fitzgerald and whether his antics can actually 'rise' his team.
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Alan Brogan’s GAA Hour debut and Jarlath Burns on new kickout rules
This week we talk to Alan Brogan about life as a club player and the Dublin club championship while Jarlath Burns, chairman of the GAA's standing committee on playing rules, joins on the line to discuss a proposed new rule to the kickout. Wooly is joined in studio by JOE’s Conor Heneghan for some other talking points.
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Seamie Callanan interview, Johnny Glynn commute & Tom Devine’s travels
Scoring machine Seamie Callanan makes his long awaited GAA Hour debut on this week's show while Wooly, Conal and Damien talk through the week's talking points and preview the league semi finals.
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David Moran AND Shane Walsh plus Liam Kearns the singer
Busy show with two of the stars of Sunday’s league finals joining Wooly, Cian and Conan and, as usual, there’s some analysis thrown into the mix as well.
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Gooch appreciation with Ricey, defiant Fitzmaurice & league predictions revisited
Some love for the Gooch on this week's show from Wooly, Stevie and Conan with Ryan McMenamin joining on the line for a chat about marking the great man. The lads analyse some strong comments from Eamonn Fitzmaurice regarding the narrative in the media around his team and Dublin.
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John Kiely interview, Wexford intimidation and Joe Canning’s movement
Wooly, Mikey and Paddy take a look back at the big games after a massive weekend of action while Limerick manager John Kiely joins on the line to tell us how badly needed their win against Cork was.
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Jack McCarron AND Michael Quinlivan & why Dublin don’t celebrate scores
Fresh from hitting 1-09 against Dublin, Jack McCarron joins on the line while Michael Quinlivan talks us through his hat trick of goals against Armagh on a star studded football show. Wooly, Cian and Conan also take a look back at a fantastic last day of the national football league.
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Ruthless Michael Ryan, Wexford’s acid test and outfielding Sean Óg Ó Hailpín
Wooly, Conal and Damien preview the weekend's action paying particular attention to Kilkenny and Wexford in Nolan Park. Damien tells us how he managed to disrupt Sean Og in the air.
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Pray for Cormac Reilly, Ciaran McKeever experiment and Galway for SAM
Wooly, Stevie and Conan preview the weeks action bringing you all you need to know about relegation and promotion.
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Eddie Jones for Cork, Austin Gleeson is a forward and Offaly anomaly
Wooly, Mikey, JJ and Paddy make sense of the weekend's action, concentrating on Clare and Waterford game in Ennis as well as tearing into the farcical structure of the national hurling league.
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John Heslin interview, Tyrone’s groundhog day and Banty’s mindgames
Wooly, Cian and Conan take a look at all the talking points coming out of the weekend and pay particular attention to the Tyrone Mayo match in Omagh. Player of the weekend John Heslin joins on the line.
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Shane Dooley on his Offaly career, Derek McGrath gone full time & Cuala nomads
Wooly, Mikey, JJ and Damien discuss the week’s news and we catch up with Shane Dooley who is shooting the lights out again this year for Offaly but getting little reward for his efforts. We take a look ahead at some of the games of the weekend as well.
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Kevin Feely on Charlton Athletic to Kildare, Dean Rock all rounder & Eir Sport club deal
Wooly and Stevie discuss the week's news and we catch up with Kildare midfielder Kevin Feely who spent time as a professional football in England before returning to line out with the Lillywhites. We even found the time for some analysis too.
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Tomas Ó Sé on Kerry/Dublin, Gooch’s full house & Jack Wilshere tweets
Different style of show this week with Tomas Ó Sé and Brendan Devenney joining on the line to give their thoughts on the two biggest games of the weekend. Wooly and Conán are in studio to take a look at everything else.
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The GAA Hour Live from Coppers
Wooly is back in Coppers and he is joined by Damien Hayes, Ollie Canning, Paddy Stapleton, Joe Kernan, David Brady and Conal Keaney. We discuss why club players are the "working class heroes" of the GAA, the rock 'n' roll Ballina lifestyle and the battles of Galway hurling championship. 'Ger Loughnane' angrily confronts Ollie Canning and there is a hurlers versus footballers quiz.
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Dublin's lack of rivals, Tyrone goal drought & Louth mindgames
Wooly, Stevie and Conan take a look ahead to the weekend paying most attention to the big one as Kerry entertain the Dubs.
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Derek McGrath interview, down with diving and a classic in Thurles
Wooly, Mikey and Paddy take a look back at that classic game in Thurles on Saturday night and and some real honest stuff once again from Waterford manager Derek McGrath.
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Seanie Johnston interview & what NOT to do against Tyrone
Wooly and Conan bring you a shorter show than usual including a great interview with Seanie Johnston.
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Shane Dowling interview, loving your hurl & Waterford Cork 2004 nostalgia
Loving your hurl, dealing with being a sub and and some Waterford Cork early 2000's nostalgia all feature on the weeks show. Shane Dowling, back in action for Limerick this weekend, joins on the line. Wooly's back this week with Mikey, Conal and Damien.
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Shane Curran on McStay, freak results and Offaly's weird warm-up
Wooly, Conan and Stevie look ahead to the weekend's action and take a look at the science of warm-ups, Offaly's freak result against Armagh and Conor Gormley's block on Stevie. Shane Curran tells us about the unhealthy state of Roscommon football.
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Hurling brain surgeons, scary Brian Cody and the plight of Antrim
Mikey is joined by JJ Delaney and Paddy Stapleton to look back on plucky Kilkenny's first win, the stupidity/bravery of writing off Brian Cody and boring, brilliant Tipperary. We also chat to Antrim legend Terence 'Sambo' McNaughton about the task in front of him as he looks to get the Ulster men back to the top table.
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Sean Cavanagh interview, beating Dublin and Monday Night Football
Sean Cavanagh chats in-depth with The GAA Hour about why he's giving it one last go and if this Tyrone team can beat Dublin or not. Cian Ward is in studio along with Conán Doherty to talk about what the hell happened to Mayo and a cracking idea for a new GAA show.
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Offaly’s unfair perception & hurling's best 24-year-old manager Jamie Wall
Wooly, Mikey and Damien take a look at how football’s Super 8 will affect hurling and discuss the fortunes of Offaly and Limerick ahead of the weekend. Mary Immaculate Fitzgibbon Cup winning manager Jamie Wall joins on the line to chat about the win last weekend and his ambitions in management.
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Down's Mark Poland on FAKE NEWS, Mayo to win and thrifty Tyrone
Wooly, Mikey and Stevie run through the week's news and preview the big one at the weekend between Dublin and Mayo. Mark Poland joins on the line and tells us it's not all doom and gloom within the Down squad.
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Conor McManus in studio, Cuala ultras and Pat Spillane’s longer season
Wooly, Conan and Cian take a look back at the weekend's action and are joined in studio by Conor McManus, fresh from Monaghan’s big win in Killarney yesterday.
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Is the relationship between GAA and players broken? Jarlath Burns on a controversial Congress
Wooly, Mikey, Cian Ward and Congress correspondent Dion Fanning discuss the new championship structure and the apparent disconnect between delegates and players. Jarlath Burns debates the restructure with Wooly and has some interesting information regarding the GPA.
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The Non-political show featuring Damien Comer interview & Neil Gallagher appreciation
Not interested in GAA politics? Wooly, Conan and Steven McDonnell have you covered with the regular preview show looking ahead to the weekend’s action. Damien Comer joins on the line to tell us about his hopes for Galway consistency, not making it as a minor and his Irish dancing background.
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The GAA Politics show with Lee Keegan, Liam Kearns & Anthony Moyles
Wooly is joined by CPA treasurer Anthony Moyles, Liam Kearns, Lee Keegan and Steven McDonnell who give their thoughts on Pauric Duffy’s proposal, the President's decision not to allow the CPA speak at congress as well as possible outcomes of the restructure getting passed at congress.
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Richie Power & Eamonn Kelly interviews and Davy's magic touch
Wooly, Mikey, JJ and Paddy take a look back at the weekend's action paying close attention to Wexford, Tipperary and Kilkenny. Laois manager Eamonn Kelly joins on the line and tells us about his Munster rugby management education and leaving Offaly and Richie Power takes a call on his way to the pub.
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Kildare(& Kilkenny's)John Mulhall, Nash puckouts & Dublin transition
Paddy Stapleton makes his GAA Hour punditry debut joining Conal and Mikey to discuss the weekend's action. Kildare's new transfer from Kilkenny, John Mulhall, drops into the studio for a chat and Wooly even manages to get some Championship restructures debate into the hurling show.
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Lee Chin interview, manly winter hurling & surviving rucks
On this week’s show Wooly, Mikey, JJ and Damien discuss all the big issues in hurling - Jackie Tyrrell’s socks, how to survive a ruck and whether Ger Loughnane is becoming Babs Keating. Lee Chin joins on the line after Wexford’s win yesterday and the lads take a look back at the weekend’s action.
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Chrissy McKaigue & Mark Breheny interviews, marking Andy Moran & club media bans,
Up for debate on this week's show are quick kickouts, how to mark Andy Moran and St Vincent's media ban. Wooly, Conan and Cian Ward also take a look back at the weekend's football, while Chrissy McKaigue and Mark Breheny join on the line after two great wins at club and county level.
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League preview - Kilkenny (not) on the slide, Clare 'off the cuff' & Cork gone soft?
Conal Keaney and Damien Hayes join Wooly and Mikey for a massive hurling league preview and a free taking tutorial.
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Banty McEnaney interview, Leitrim’s granny rule and can Tyrone beat Dublin?
Stevie McDonnell joins Wooly and Conan to analyse Dublin v Tyrone on Saturday night as well as taking a look at Mayo’s fortunes. Wexford manager Seamus McEnaney joins on the line as the lads take a close look at Division 4, where Leitrim are making all the right noises.
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Louth's Colin Kelly & Kildare's Niall Kelly interviews & Dublin wintered well
Cian Ward joins the lads this week to look back at the weekend's games. Louth manager Colin Kelly joins on the line and we ring the winner of the first performance of the weekend of 2017.
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Paul Geaney interview, league preview & Stevie McDonnell's bathtub companions
Steven McDonnell makes his GAA hour debut as he joins Wooly and Conan for a massive league preview show (and a look back at an old hoganstand player profile). Wooly also caught up with Paul Geaney for an extended chat.
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CPA v Duffy PLUS Brian Lohan and Ryan McHugh
We have a Sigerson and Fitzgibbon Cup themed show this week with UL manager Brian Lohan and UUJ’s Ryan McHugh joining us on the phone. Wooly and Mikey take a look at the potential trouble brewing between Paraic Duffy and the CPA.
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Jamie Clarke interview and new horizons for the GPA
The mercurial Jamie Clarke is the star attraction on this week's show and Wooly catches up with Andy McEntee to chat about Joe Sheridan's new goalkeeping role. As usual Conan and Mikey are in studio to run through the weeks talking points.
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Player contracts, moaning about rules & media bans - new year, same old story
The lads are back with lots of news to cover including player contracts, the mark, retirements and media bans. Wooly also caught up with Liam Griffin and Declan Brennan at the Club Players Association launch on Monday.
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Yet more drama in Mayo, the goalkeeper's psyche and our GAA Hour best bits
Wooly, Mikey, Dion and Conan discuss the controversy in Mayo and we bring you some of our favourite interviews on the GAA Hour during the year
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Leinster chairman John Horan on Dublin dominance, plus RTÉ versus Newstalk
Wooly is joined by Conan, Mikey and Dion to mull over the latest twist in GAA rights story and Clare GAA paranoia. Leinster Council chairman John Horan discusses Dubs' utter domination of football at club and county level, while interprovincial selector Johnny Doyle reflects on an underwhelming weekend of action.
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Diarmuid Connolly, Mark Schutte and the boring Inter-pros
On the week's show we have an extended interview with Wooly and Diarmuid Connolly while Mark Schutte joins on the line after Cuala's brilliant win at the weekend. Mikey is back this week too wearing his beloved Inter-pros hat and t-shirt.
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Michael Lundy interview, dodgy transfers & Loughnane windup
Wooly is joined by John Fogarty from the Irish Examiner to run through the week's news and Michael Lundy joins on the line to chat about New York, Corofin and playing for Galway again.
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Dick Clerkin on a brilliant career and Sky GAA; Frankie Dolan on the Connacht final
Monaghan legend Dick Clerkin really disagrees with Wooly's stance on Sky Sports GAA. St. Brigid's player/manager Frankie Dolan joins on the line whilst Lee Keegan, the club player, is discussed heavily.
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Slaughtneil's brilliance, CPA challenges and O'Tooles 'wrong' transfer advertisement
On this week's show Aaron Kernan joins on the line to discuss the challenges faced by the newly formed Club Players' Association while Chrissy McKaigue tells us about Slaughtneil's success.
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Laois hurling > Offaly, the era of goalkeeping coaches and Tony Kelly interview
Wooly, Conan and Mikey take a look at the unusual decision of Eamon Kelly to swap Offaly hurling for Laois and the new fad of the goalkeeping coach while Tony Kelly joins on the line to chat Ballyea, Clare and Davy Fitzgerald.
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GAA Hour special episode - The Wooly Awards
The GAA hour brings you the 5th annual Wooly awards with special guests Barry Cahill and Damien Hayes.
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Colm O'Rourke on finally geting Simonstown over the line and Pauric Mahony on his comeback year
The retirement of Dick Clerkin, the non-retirement of Sean Cavanagh and Slaughtneil's brilliance are all up for discussion with Wooly and Conan before Colm O'Rourke and Pauric Mahony join the show for a chat.
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The GAA Hour meets... Cathal McCarron
Tyrone footballer Cathal McCarron joins Wooly in studio to talk about his book 'Out Of Control' which details the battle with gambling addiction that nearly cost him his life.
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Sky Sports going nowhere and Zach Tuohy on transfer to Geelong
Wooly, Conan and Mikey are joined in studio by Paul Rouse to discuss the new Sky Sports GAA deal and we have an exclusive chat with Zach Tuohy on his big move to Geelong. And as usual we'll look ahead to the big club games coming up.
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The GAA Hour meets... Kieran Donaghy
Wooly is joined in studio by Kerry legend Kieran Donaghy to talk about his new book 'What Do You Think of That?'
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Ken McGrath in studio, and a new club players association on the horizon
This week Waterford legend Ken McGrath joins Wooly for a chat about his new book, Hand on Heart and Declan Brennan joins on the line to discuss a new club players association. Plus, Wooly, Conan and Mikey take a look ahead at the weekend's club action.
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Marc Ó Sé runs through a truly incredible career
Wooly is joined by one of the great corner backs, Marc Ó Sé to look back at his brilliant career.
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Player statement era and the plight of the lowly clubman
Wooly, Mikey and Conan discuss player statements and the club games to watch this weekend and are joined by new Clare joint manager Donal Moloney and new Meath manager Andy McEntee.
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The Dubs are All-Ireland champions. Raised on songs and stories......
Wooly is joined by Conan Doherty and Senan Connell to review Saturday's action-packed All Ireland final.
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Dublin v Mayo Part II preview special: Who will blink first?
Wooly is joined in studio by Conán Doherty and Paul Galvin to talk through what both teams need to change to win on Saturday.
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All-Ireland final review, featuring Lee Keegan on marking Diarmuid Connolly
Wooly is joined by Conan Doherty and Barry Cahill to review a crazy All-Ireland final. We spoke to Lee Keegan and Seamus O'Shea after an incredible drawn game.
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The GAA Hour live in the Sugar Club
Wooly is joined by a star studded lineup in the Sugar Club including Peter Canavan, Kieran McGeeney, Vinnie Murphy, John O'Leary, Paul Galvin, Jack McCaffrey, Senan Connell and Gooch Cooper.
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Mayo or the Dubs for Sam and Stephen Rochford's GAA hour debut
Wooly is joined by Conan Doherty and Barry Cahill to preview Sunday's All-Ireland final. We also caught up with Mayo manager, Stephen Rochford, ahead of the final.
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The GAA Hour live in Castlebar
We started our All-Ireland final build up last Friday night in Castlebar Mitchels with the second of our live events. In the second half of the show Wooly previewed Dublin and Mayo with James Horan, John Casey and Brendan Devenney.
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Tipperary worthy champions with a near perfect performance
Wooly is joined by JJ Delaney, Damien Hayes and Mikey Stafford to review the All-Ireland final. We also caught up with a very happy Pádraic Maher in the Tipperary hotel the morning after the night before.
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Brian Cody's GAA Hour debut and bumper All-Ireland final preview
Wooly is joined by Mikey, Damien Hayes and Conal Keaney to preview this Sunday's All-Ireland final. We also caught up with the great Brian Cody at the Kilkenny press conference.
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Stephen Cluxton's Meltdown, Dean Rock appreciation and Dublin's character
Wooly is joined by Conan Doherty, Senan Connell and Barry Cahill to review an absolute classic All Ireland semi-final between Kerry and Dublin.
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The Michael Fennelly appreciation show
Wooly and Mikey bring you a special hurling show which includes an extensive interview with the Kilkenny legend.
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We figure out how Kerry can beat Dublin and 'cranky' Stephen Cluxton
Wooly is joined by Mikey Stafford and Barry Cahill as well as special guest Michael Quinlivan of Tipperary to preview Sunday's semi-final. They also take a look at this week's club fixtures situation in Mayo and try to find solutions to these issues.
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'Evergreen' Andy Moran reflects on Mayo's return to the All-Ireland final after defeat of Tipperary
Wooly is joined in the studio by Paul Galvin, Senan Connell and Conan to discuss Mayo's win over Tipperary, GAA managers in suit and the benefits of a sin bin over the black card. Plus Mayo's record appearance holder Andy Moran explains why intercounty life doesn't have to end at 30.
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Massive Mayo v Tipperary preview and Eamon McGee on a colourful career
Wooly is joined by Conan, Barry Cahill and John Evans to look ahead to Sunday's semi-final. While Eamon McGee talks confiscated mobile phones, legally binding documents and not believing Jim McGuinness' early ambitions for Donegal.
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Massive All Ireland semi final review featuring Colin Fennelly, Michael Breen and Dan Shanahan
After two brilliant All-Ireland semi-finals Wooly is joined by Damien Hayes, JJ Delaney and Mikey Stafford. Does Austin Gleeson pass enough, should Bubbles have started and to what type of tractor does Damien compare Paidi Maher and Joe Canning?
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Dan Shanahan opens up about dropping Maurice and a massive weekend preview
Wooly and Mikey are joined by Conal Keaney and Damien Hayes to preview a bumper weekend's action. Dan Shanahan joins on the line and talks about how difficult is was for him to drop his brother Maurice for last Sunday's game.
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Exclusive chat with Paraic Duffy on the ills of Gaelic football, plus Pat McEnaney on sledging
The GAA director general joins Wooly in the studio to debate his new championship proposals. We also have former referee chief Pat McEnaney on the blight of incitement, and the latest on the Tipperary football row.
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Hurling Show: Waterford unleashed as spoiled and scarce Kilkenny fans get a fright
Wooly is joined by JJ Delaney, Damien Hayes and Mikey Stafford to discuss Sunday's titanic semi-final draw in Croke Park. The magic of Austin Gleeson, the acting of Brian Cody and the lack of fans are all up for discussion.
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Aidan O'Shea opens up on diving controversy and Paul Galvin tells us all about being targeted
Great show this week as Wooly and studio guests - Conan Doherty, Senan Connell and Paul Galvin - talk sledging and targeting of players. Aidan O'Shea joins on the line to discuss Saturday's game, his post-match celebration and his alleged dive against Fermanagh.
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Preview show & Derek McGrath on critics, monastery retreats and Joe Brolly
Wooly is joined in studio by Conal Keaney with JJ Delaney joining on the line to discuss the weekend's semi final. Derek McGrath gives us a brilliant interview defending Waterford's system and talks monastery retreats and awkward encounters with Joe Brolly.
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Michael Murphy on enjoying the game & Duffy's flawed proposal
Wooly is joined in studio by Conan Doherty and Barry Cahill to preview the weekend's massive double header. The lads also discuss Paraic Duffy's new restructure proposal and Barry give us an insight into Stephen Cluxton's kickouts. Michael Murphy joins on the line to talk about his scoring return and enjoyment of defensive games.
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We join the Tipperary bus celebrations and Paul Galvin's Kerry verdict
Wooly and Conan are joined by Paul Galvin in studio to discuss the weekend's action and we talk to Liam Kearns and Conor Sweeney as they sip cans on the bus. Also our chief sportswriter Dion Fanning drops in to give his take on the negativity that surrounds Gaelic football
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Pundits, personal abuse and dull quarter-finals
Wooly is joined in studio by Barry Cahill and Conan Doherty to talk punditry, qualifiers and quarter-finals and are joined by straight-talking Westmeath manager Tom Cribbin and injury-plagued Cork forward Paddy Kelly.
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Joe Canning on Loughnane and leading, plus is it time for Davy Fitz to say goodbye?
Wooly is joined on the hurling podcast by JJ Delaney, Damien Hayes and Mikey Stafford to discuss Sunday's quarter-final action. Joe Canning chats criticism, defending and catching the Cats, while Davy Fitzgerald's Clare future comes under the microscope.
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Munster football domination and Jim McGuinness: The Movie
Wooly is joined by Senan Connell and Conan Doherty to rake over the bones of Roscommon's season and explain why Clare are not just a two-man team.
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Why the Waterford haters plus a look ahead to the hurling quarter-finals
Wooly is joined by Conal Keaney and Damien Hayes to discuss Henry Shefflin's football analysis, Clare's tiny midfield and Brian Cody's brand of inspirational speeches.
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Justice for Diarmuid Connolly plus John Evans on Roscommon and Tipperary
Wooly is joined in the studio by Barry Cahill and Conan Doherty, with John Evans joining on the line. We get the latest from Tipperary manager Liam Kearns and Roscommon selector Liam McHale.
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Tyrone and Galway are back but these Dubs are not going away
Wooly is joined in studio by Senan Connell and Conan Doherty after a jam-packed weekend of football. Diarmuid Connolly's temper, Mickey Harte's manners and Galway's forward wonders are all up for discussion.
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The GAA Hour with Colm Parkinson - Cork's plight and Conal Keaney on Ger Cunningham
Wooly is joined by Conal Keaney, Shane Dowling and Kevin O'Donovan to examine hurling's three recent underachievers: Cork, Limerick and Dublin. And Austin Gleeson talks to us about sideline cuts
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The GAA Hour with Colm Parkinson - New Donegal and the Dubs versus the spread
Wooly is joined by Barry Cahill, Conan Doherty and Mickey Harte to preview the weekend's action
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The GAA Hour: Hurling with Colm Parkinson - Tipp's glory, Wexford's joy and the end for TJ Ryan
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The GAA Hour with Colm Parkinson: Diving and the battle for the soul of football
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