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Podcast: A fitting farewell to Páirc Uí Chaoimh

Updated: Monday, 14 Jul 2014 19:56 | Comments

Cork win first Munster title since 2006
Cork win first Munster title since 2006

14 July: Former Kildare footballer Johnny Doyle, Sunday Independent GAA Correspondent Damian Lawlor and Laois Hurler Willie Hyland join Jacqui Hurley this week.

First up is one of the biggest days in Irish sport. The Munster final attracted a huge crowd to Páirc Uí Chaoimh for what was the final inter-county match at the venue. Cork did not disappoint the home fans either, as they proved too good for Limerick on a sweltering day in the south.

The line up for the All-ireland quarter finals were confirmed with victories for Tipperary and Wexford on Saturday night. The Wexford result in particular made headlines - they ended the reign of All Ireland champions Clare after another bout of extra time in their replay. We speak to both managers - including an unsurprisingly unhappy Davy Fitzgerald.

Sunday was another big day in Connacht, with old rivals Mayo and Galway contesting yet another Connacht final. There were a host of qualifiers played this weekend also - we take a look at some notable results.

As always we analyse every game played and look forward to fixtures thrown up by Monday's qualifier draw.

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