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A living legend in Carlow hurling circles, Pat Coady is our next guest on The Clash Act.From growing up through hurling and football, through the most interesting of inter-county debuts, to setting the county's scoring record (still held) to the current state of play of the game and this year's championships, there's plenty to talk about with the St. Mullins man.Get new episodes of The Clash Act, Fridays wherever you do your podcast listening. 
Former Kilkenny hurler John Mulhall rejoins The Clash Act to talk current matters on the state of the All-Ireland senior hurling championship and Joe McDonagh Cup along with a discussion on the minor/under 20 age grades in hurling.Get new episodes every Friday evening on Scoreline.ie.
Clareen's Joe Dooley was born into a family steeped in hurling, with a love for the sport that spread to brothers Billy, Johnny and son Shane. A holder of three All-Ireland titles with Offaly, six Leinster titles, a league title and an All-Star and numerous schools/colleges honours, Dooley is another former player turned manager coming to The Clash Act with the 'legend' tag attached. In this episode we'll chat about his hurling upbringing with Seir Kieran through to his inter-county debut, his time as manager with Tullamore, Toomevara, Seir Kieran and ultimately taking on the Offaly job in 2007.All that and more.Get new episodes of The Clash Act from 7pm each Friday on Scoreline.ie or wherever you do your podcast listening.
Young Irelands and Kilkenny corner-forward Charlie Carter is our guest for this episode of The Clash Act, hosted by Eddie Scally.From humble beginnings playing primary school hurling in Gowran to leaving St. Kieran's College early for the family farm, to his breakthrough into minor grade and his time in the senior camp with Kilkenny, there's so much to talk about.Carter was part of that famed 1996 Young Irelands team who lifted the Kilkenny senior county title, a feat repeated in 2002 that would see him named captain of Kilkenny for a time in 2003.In more recent years, he's been coaching with Myshall (2022) and has a keen eye on the breeding of horses that ultimately led to running a winner at the Leopardstown Christmas Festival in 2021.We'll cover all that and more in this edition of The Clash Act.
Wexford All-Star hurler Tom Dempsey is the next guest on The Clash Act with Eddie Scally.Get new episodes of The Clash Act with Eddie Scally on Scoreline.ie for season 2 between April and June 2022 each Friday.
Ryan O'Dwyer is among a small number of players who have represented two counties at senior level in hurling. From his club days with Cashel King Cormacs and senior hurling with Tipperary to a move to Kilmaud Crokes in 2011 and a seven-year run with Dublin's senior hurlers, O'Dwyer has been around the block over the best part of the last 20 years. He announced his retirement from the inter-county game in 2018, took up rugby, moved into coaching in Meath and more. It's all up for discussion on this episode of The Clash Act, chaired by Eddie Scally.Get new episodes on Scoreline.ie for season 2 every Friday across the Championship.
Ballyfad's Mattie Forde is this episode's guest as we walk through career highlights for Mattie in the purple and gold of Wexford.From his club life with Kilanerin-Ballyfad, to becoming Wexford's first-ever All-Star, to the top scorer in the Championship, to representing Ireland in back-to-back international rules series, Mattie Forde is arguably the greatest footballing export ever to come out of Wexford and one of the top players of his generation.From those games against Galway, Offaly and Armagh to highlights at both ends of his career to the nightmare of marking Derry's Sean Marty Lockhart, there's plenty to savour with Mattie Forde opening the book on his club and inter-county journey.
From his early days in a Kilkenny jersey to losing this year's All-Ireland club hurling final with the last puck of the ball, Colin Fennelly talks his time in the Kilkenny jersey and his continuing club career with Ballyhale Shamrocks.The Clash Act is back for season 2, starting Friday 15 April and keeping you company across the championship season.Get new episodes every Friday evening on Scoreline.ie or wherever you get your podcasts.
What a pleasure it was to speak with GAA Hall of Famer Sean Boylan, who after 21 years playing hurling with Meath decided to take up the mantle of the intercounty football manager for 23 years, winning four All Irelands, eight Leinster championships and three league titles. Over the hour with Eddie Scally , Sean discussed His recent battle with Covid  Effects of Covid on players  Getting appointed as Meath manager  A hurler managing a football team  Epic battles throughout his tenure  Treating his players as adults  How he kept things fresh and evolved  Regrets / greatest days  Finishing up - “It was like a wake without a body”  His respect for Mayo Expects nothing between the last 3 teams anyone could win this years Sam but he hopes it’s ....... If you like what you hear, why not dip into the archives and listen back to some of the recent episodes where we deep-dive into careers of former Kilkenny hurlers Eddie Brennan, Noel Hickey, Brian Hogan, PJ Ryan, Paul Murphy, Peter Cleere, Eoin Larkin, Micheal Rice, Eddie Keher John Mulhall and Richie Power, Waterford’s Dan Shanahan & former manager Derek McGrath, Roscommon’s Frankie Dolan, All-Ireland senior camogie winner with Kilkenny Denise Gaule, Katie Nolan & Power, former Westmeath player John Connellan,  Carlow’s Marty Kavanagh Niall Carew & Brian Tracey, Referee David Gough, Cork All-Star Larry Tompkins, former Galway All-Ireland winners Eugene Cloonan, Micheál Donoghue and Kevin Walsh or All-Ireland winner with Offaly Michael Duignan.Better yet you can follow The Clash Act on your favourite podcast platform or log onto the KCLR app for fresh weekly episodes.This podcast was brought to you with thanks to Morrissey Motors Kilkenny, the main Peugeot dealer for county Kilkenny since 1994.
The latest guest on the Clash Act with Eddie Scally is our first hurling referee, and you cant get any better then Brian Gavin. Gavin is one of the sport's top referees and officiated at All-Ireland finals in minor, under-21, and the senior final in 2011. Offaly Rising  Started reffing very early  That Tommy Walsh slap in 2011  Handling the biggest games  Favorite match ever  Biggest moaning teams  Kilkenny's biggest moaner  Contentious decisions this year Final predictions Brian’s Twitter page “the gift that keeps giving" If you like what you hear, why not dip into the archives and listen back to some of the recent episodes where we deep-dive into careers of former Kilkenny hurlers Eddie Brennan, Noel Hickey, Brian Hogan, PJ Ryan, Paul Murphy, Peter Cleere, Eoin Larkin, Micheal Rice, Eddie Keher John Mulhall and Richie Power, Waterford’s Dan Shanahan & former manager Derek McGrath, Roscommon’s Frankie Dolan, All-Ireland senior camogie winner with Kilkenny Denise Gaule, Katie Nolan & Power, former Westmeath player John Connellan,  Carlow’s Marty Kavanagh Niall Carew & Brian Tracey, Referee David Gough, Cork All-Star Larry Tompkins, former Galway All-Ireland winners Eugene Cloonan, Micheál Donoghue and Kevin Walsh or All-Ireland winner with Offaly Michael Duignan.Better yet you can follow The Clash Act on your favourite podcast platform or log onto the KCLR app for fresh weekly episodes.This podcast was brought to you with thanks to Morrissey Motors Kilkenny, the main Peugeot dealer for county Kilkenny since 1994.
The latest guest on The Clash Act with Eddie Scally is none other then Micheál Donoghue, the man widely tipped to be the next Galway manager. The club and county All Ireland winning manager brought us through his whole managerial career right until now to give us perspective on what it takes to reach the very top.Here is what to expect Working with Galway U-21's  Winning an All Ireland with his home club Clarinbridge Taking charge of Turloughmore Being drafted in by Eamon O'Shea for the Tipperary Backroom team  Succeeding Anthony Cunningham as Galway manager Local & National media outlets cut-throat nature Winning the All Ireland with his home county in 2017 Stepping Away from the role The retirement of Joe Canning If you like what you hear, why not dip into the archives and listen back to some of the recent episodes where we deep-dive into careers of former Kilkenny hurlers Eddie Brennan, Noel Hickey, Brian Hogan, PJ Ryan, Paul Murphy, Peter Cleere, Eoin Larkin, Micheal Rice, Eddie Keher John Mulhall and Richie Power, Waterford’s Dan Shanahan & former manager Derek McGrath, Roscommon’s Frankie Dolan, All-Ireland senior camogie winner with Kilkenny Denise Gaule, Katie Nolan & Power, former Westmeath player John Connellan,  Carlow’s Marty Kavanagh Niall Carew & Brian Tracey, Referee David Gough, Cork All-Star Larry Tompkins, former Galway All-Ireland winners Eugene Cloonan and Kevin Walsh or All-Ireland winner with Offaly Michael Duignan.Better yet you can follow The Clash Act on your favourite podcast platform or log onto the KCLR app for fresh weekly episodes.This podcast was brought to you with thanks to Morrissey Motors Kilkenny, the main Peugeot dealer for county Kilkenny since 1994.
Regarded as one of the greatest, if not thee greatest hurler of his generation, Eddie Keher was the latest guest on this weeks episode of The Clash Act with Eddie Scally. For over an hour the five-time All Star regaled tales of old and spoke about his current opinion on the game we all love.Here is what to expect Where it all began St Kieran’s Days Fr Tom Maher influence Minor years with kilkenny Making senior championship debut as a minor in an All Ireland Final Glory Years Meeting Muhammad Ali Retirement The Tactical modern game Scrap Yellow & Red Cards Some rule changes & areas that do need review A look at 2021s all Ireland contenders Who was the greatest If you like what you hear, why not dip into the archives and listen back to some of the recent episodes where we deep-dive into careers of former Kilkenny hurlers Eddie Brennan, Noel Hickey, Brian Hogan, PJ Ryan, Paul Murphy, Peter Cleere, Eoin Larkin, Micheal Rice, John Mulhall and Richie Power, Waterford’s Dan Shanahan & former manager Derek McGrath, Roscommon’s Frankie Dolan, All-Ireland senior camogie winner with Kilkenny Denise Gaule, Katie Nolan & Power, former Westmeath player John Connellan,  Carlow’s Marty Kavanagh Niall Carew & Brian Tracey, Referee David Gough, Cork All-Star Larry Tompkins, former Galway All-Ireland winners Eugene Cloonan and Kevin Walsh or All-Ireland winner with Offaly Michael Duignan.Better yet you can follow The Clash Act on your favourite podcast platform or log onto the KCLR app for fresh weekly episodes.This podcast was brought to you with thanks to Morrissey Motors Kilkenny, the main Peugeot dealer for county Kilkenny since 1994.
Joining us on our 30th episode of The Clash Act with Eddie Scally is Kilkenny legend and proud Carrickshock man Michael Rice. In this nearly 90 minute interview Rice delves into a whole vast array of topics from his illustrious playing days and more, we honestly could of chatted for days, here is hoping he sits with us again for a part two!Here is what to expect : Teaching through Covid  Early days Hurling  Secondary School  Club success  Breaking the ranks with KK - Minor/U21/Senior  Kilkenny Senior big days Battling through Injuries  The Phone Call from Brian  This years Senior Championship This podcast was brought to you with thanks to Morrissey Motors Kilkenny, the main Peugeot dealer for county Kilkenny since 1994If you like what you hear, why not dip into the archives and listen back to some of the recent episodes where we deep-dive into careers of former Kilkenny hurlers Noel Hickey, PJ Ryan, Paul Murphy, Peter Cleere, Eoin Larkin, John Mulhall and Richie Power, All-Ireland senior camogie winner with Kilkenny Denise Gaule, Katie Nolan and Kaytie Power, Carlows Marty Kavanagh, Niall Carew & Brian Tracey, Cork All Star Larry Tompkins, Waterford All Star Dan Shanahan & former manager Derek McGrath, former Westmeath player John Connellan, Referee David Gough, former Galway All-Ireland winners Eugene Cloonan and Kevin Walsh or All-Ireland winner with Offaly Michael Duignan.
This week on The Clash Act with Eddie Scally we caught up with Carlow Talisman Marty "Mouse" Kavanagh.  After making his senior debut during the 2012 championship, Marty has gone onto becoming a crucial member of the intercounty set up. At club level Kavanagh is a one-time championship medalist with St Mullin's.Here is what to expect  Current injury struggle His early hurling days  Club & College progression Breaking through with Carlow Life Stateside  Ground breaking year in 2019 This seasons Hurling all Ireland  Disappointing season with Carlow / what’s next seasons target This podcast was brought to you with thanks to Morrissey Motors Kilkenny, the main Peugeot dealer for county Kilkenny since 1994If you like what you hear, why not dip into the archives and listen back to some of the recent episodes where we deep-dive into careers of former Kilkenny hurlers Noel Hickey, PJ Ryan, Paul Murphy, Peter Cleere, Eoin Larkin, John Mulhall and Richie Power, All-Ireland senior camogie winner with Kilkenny Denise Gaule, Katie Nolan and Kaytie Power, Carlows Niall Carew & Brian Tracey, Cork All Star Larry Tompkins, Waterford All Star Dan Shanahan & former manager Derek McGrath, former Westmeath player John Connellan, Referee David Gough, former Galway All-Ireland winners Eugene Cloonan and Kevin Walsh or All-Ireland winner with Offaly Michael Duignan.
Joining Eddie on the podcast this week is none other then former Waterford manager Derek McGrath. Derek was in charge of The Crystal County for five years from 2013 to 2018, seeing them lift the league title after an unbeaten campaign. Here is what to expect The Draw Wexford v Clare, Laois v Waterford, How he sees these games going Last weeks refereeing decision  Injustices in sport and how he dealt with them  His management style / regrets about how he dropped senior players in 2014  The culture he tried to create in Waterford  Handling criticism from within and online trolls etc Big defeat to Tipp in 2016 Going “FT” in hurling management  Work/Hurling/Life Balance  Sunday Game punditry  What next ? If you like what you hear, why not dip into the archives and listen back to some of the recent episodes where we deep-dive into careers of former Kilkenny hurlers Eddie Brennan, Noel Hickey, Brian Hogan, PJ Ryan, Paul Murphy, Peter Cleere, Eoin Larkin, John Mulhall and Richie Power, Waterford's Dan Shanahan , Roscommon's Frankie Dolan, All-Ireland senior camogie winner with Kilkenny Denise Gaule, Katie Nolan & Power, former Westmeath player John Connellan,  Carlow's Niall Carew & Brian Tracey, Referee David Gough, Cork All Star Larry Tompkins, former Galway All-Ireland winners Eugene Cloonan and Kevin Walsh or All-Ireland winner with Offaly Michael Duignan.Better yet you can follow The Clash Act on your favourite podcast platform or log onto the KCLR app for fresh weekly episodes.This podcast was brought to you with thanks to Morrissey Motors Kilkenny, the main Peugeot dealer for county Kilkenny since 1994.
After the storm created after his last appearance, ex Kilkenny & Kildare player John Mulhall returns to the Clash Act with Eddie Scally to have his say on all the big topics in the GAA. Considering John is dipping his toe in refereeing it was certainly an interesting conversationThis week on the episode you can hear Current rules  Referees mistakes at the weekend  Ex-players giving out  Gap from top counties to weaker  How to improve club scene This years championship prediction This podcast was brought to you with thanks to Morrissey Motors Kilkenny, the main Peugeot dealer for county Kilkenny since 1994If you like what you hear, why not dip into the archives and listen back to some of the recent episodes where we deep-dive into careers of former Kilkenny hurlers Noel Hickey, PJ Ryan, Paul Murphy, Peter Cleere, Eoin Larkin, John Mulhall and Richie Power, All-Ireland senior camogie winner with Kilkenny Denise Gaule, Katie Nolan and Kaytie Power, Carlows Niall Carew & Brian Tracey, Cork All Star Larry Tompkins, Waterford All Star Dan Shanahan, former Westmeath player John Connellan, Referee David Gough, former Galway All-Ireland winners Eugene Cloonan and Kevin Walsh or All-Ireland winner with Offaly Michael Duignan.
In what very may well be his first podcast appearance since.....well you know, Eddie sat down to chat with Eddie Ella for over an hour about a whole host of topics. Brennan, one of the most prolific goal-scorers of his decade, gives his take on the current state of hurling, upcoming action and his time with Laois.Here is what to expect Working on the frontline during Covid His take on rule breaches from some counties Is hurling changing for the worse Massive amount of stoppages in games Distance players are shooting from and lack of goals or goal ambitions Last weekends games This weekends predictions What happened that Laois ended and how does he feel about it now What the future holds for Eddie in hurling (county management) This podcast was brought to you with thanks to Morrissey Motors Kilkenny, the main Peugeot dealer for county Kilkenny since 1994If you like what you hear, why not dip into the archives and listen back to some of the recent episodes where we deep-dive into careers of former Kilkenny hurlers Noel Hickey, PJ Ryan, Paul Murphy, Peter Cleere, Eoin Larkin, John Mulhall and Richie Power, All-Ireland senior camogie winner with Kilkenny Denise Gaule, Katie Nolan and Kaytie Power, Carlows Niall Carew & Brian Tracey, Cork All Star Larry Tompkins, Waterford All Star Dan Shanahan, former Westmeath player John Connellan, Referee David Gough, former Galway All-Ireland winners Eugene Cloonan and Kevin Walsh or All-Ireland winner with Offaly Michael Duignan.Better yet you can follow The Clash Act on your favourite podcast platform or log onto the KCLR app for fresh weekly episodes.
On this weeks podcast Eddie got to sit down with none other then Gaelic football referee, David Gough. Over the hour the two touched upon several topics in football, the GAA as a wider community & about becoming the first openly gay top-level match official with in the organisation. Here is what to expect How he started his refereeing Career The Sunday Game & media criticism  Rule changes in the GAA Trial & tribulations on the pitch Coming out as a gay man  Locker room talk & how to enact change Refereeing in Croke Park This podcast was brought to you with thanks to Morrissey Motors Kilkenny, the main Peugeot dealer for county Kilkenny since 1994If you like what you hear, why not dip into the archives and listen back to some of the recent episodes where we deep-dive into careers of former Kilkenny hurlers Noel Hickey, PJ Ryan, Paul Murphy, Peter Cleere, Eoin Larkin, John Mulhall and Richie Power, All-Ireland senior camogie winner with Kilkenny Denise Gaule, Katie Nolan and Kaytie Power, Carlows Niall Carew & Brian Tracey, Cork All Star Larry Tompkins, Waterford All Star Dan Shanahan, former Westmeath player John Connellan, former Galway All-Ireland winners Eugene Cloonan and Kevin Walsh or All-Ireland winner with Offaly Michael Duignan.Better yet you can follow The Clash Act on your favourite podcast platform or log onto the KCLR app for fresh weekly episodes.
This week on the Clash Act Podcast we are joined by none other then former Westmeath footballer John Connellan. John who is a barrister by trade has recently issued a document to every club secretary in the country titled ‘Fair and Equal Funding for all GAA clubs – Addressing the GAA imbalance’.In this episode you'll hear extensively about John's efforts to have a more even distribution of finance around the GAA. How Dublin GAA & their allocation of funds, €16.6m in a ten year period, dwarfs that of other counties. While Eddie also provides some counter points to his fellow county man in this over hour long discussion.This podcast was brought to you with thanks to Morrissey Motors Kilkenny, the main Peugeot dealer for county Kilkenny since 1994If you like what you hear, why not dip into the archives and listen back to some of the recent episodes where we deep-dive into careers of former Kilkenny hurlers Noel Hickey, PJ Ryan, Paul Murphy, Peter Cleere, Eoin Larkin, John Mulhall and Richie Power, All-Ireland senior camogie winner with Kilkenny Denise Gaule, Katie Nolan and Kaytie Power, Carlows Niall Carew & Brian Tracey, Cork All Star Larry Tompkins, Waterford All Star Dan Shanahan, former Galway All-Ireland winners Eugene Cloonan and Kevin Walsh or All-Ireland winner with Offaly Michael Duignan.Better yet you can follow The Clash Act on your favourite podcast platform or log onto the KCLR app for fresh weekly episodes.
This week on The Clash Act podcast, Eddie was joined in studio by a true Kilkenny legend, a nine time Leinster winner, nine time All Ireland winner, three time All Star, none other then Noel Hickey.The Dunnamaggin man who is cited by many of his hurling peers as one of the best full-backs of his generation sat down for over an hour and discussed the following - His retirement. Playing for Dunnamaggin with his brothers. County finals at just 16 & how unfortunate it is that something like that cannot happen now. Marking DJ Carey. Taking the year off for his heart condition. Kilkenny & Galway rivalry. Why stopping Cork in 2006 was his most enjoyable season. Criticism of the current state of hurling & is it overblown? How Kilkenny are looking heading into the championship & there change of style. Missing Kilkenny's four in a row due to injury  & losing the chance at five in a row.  This podcast was brought to you with thanks to Morrissey Motors Kilkenny, the main Peugeot dealer for county Kilkenny since 1994If you like what you hear, why not dip into the archives and listen back to some of the recent episodes where we deep-dive into careers of former Kilkenny hurlers PJ Ryan, Paul Murphy, Peter Cleere, Eoin Larkin, John Mulhall and Richie Power, All-Ireland senior camogie winner with Kilkenny Denise Gaule, Katie Nolan and Kaytie Power, Carlows Niall Carew & Brian Tracey, Cork All Star Larry Tompkins, Waterford All Star Dan Shanahan, former Galway All-Ireland winners Eugene Cloonan and Kevin Walsh or All-Ireland winner with Offaly Michael Duignan.Better yet you can follow The Clash Act on your favourite podcast platform or log onto the KCLR app for fresh weekly episodes.
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