The wind blew hard and the rain came down in torrents at Austin Stack Park in Tralee last night but Mayo, taking the field in their distinctive new blue away strip, were equal to the conditions not to mention the challenge laid down by high-flying Kerry. James Horan’s men carved out a memorable two-point win over the home team, extending a remarkable unbeaten run on Kerry soil to all of ten years, in the process renewing the county’s hopes of a first National League final appearance since 2012.
In this edition of the Mayo News football podcast we bring you all the excitement of last night’s win in Tralee. Host Rob Murphy is joined by fellow Ballinrobe native and Kerry resident, Maurice Horan, to take us through the match. Post-game we get analysis from Mayo News regulars Seán Rice and Billy Joe Padden, with Maurice Horan also providing an overview on what this win means for James Horan’s improving team. Then we switch locations to hear from Mayo News sports editor Mike Finnerty at Croke Park, where he reviews the Round 6 action in the company of ex-Armagh player Aaron Kernan.
This latest episode of the Mayo News football podcast is now online and is available to listen to on iTunes and SoundCloud. You can also listen to it directly on the Mayo News website as well as here on the blog using the SoundCloud player below or the one on the panel on the right. Enjoy!
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Here’s a totally random question: what is the music playing at the begin and end of every podcast?
MayoFaninNY – the track in question is ‘Carrying The Fire’ by Ennistymon’s finest, a band called The Walls. The full version is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PyDswvzrMoQ
Excellent podcast as usual well done Lads. The delight in Billy Joe’s voice is very palpable.