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The Extratime.ie Sportscast is back after its midseason break with presenter Gareth O’Reilly joined in studio by his Euro 2016 travel companions and Extratime.ie reporters Macdara Ferris and Dave Donnelly.
Hello and welcome to a shortened version of the Extratime.ie Sportscast. Gareth O’Reilly is your host and we have four interviews this week. Aaron Clarke talked to Bohemians boss Keith Long after his side beat Dublin rivals St Pats 5-1. Macdara Ferris and Dave Donnelly both interviewed Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan whilst Dave went on to chat to Rob Cornwall and Shamrock Rovers boss Pat Fenlon.
While we outfit our studio with the latest thingamajigs as well as Harp sound proofing, we decided to take a break from the norm and mix it up a bit. Gareth O’Reilly presents our 71st Sportscast without our usual panel. Inside we have eight interviews from the weekend’s action.
Hello and welcome to the 70th episode of the Extratime.ie Sportscast. On today’s edition we are delighted to be joined on the line by three great guests.
Hello and welcome to the 69th episode of the Extratime.ie Sportscast. On today’s edition we are delighted to be joined on the line by Padraig Amond of Grimsby Town as he tells us about the appeal of a 52-week contract.
Welcome to another week of League of Ireland madness and with that it means another week of the Extratime.ie Sportscast. Gareth O’Reilly here in the hosting chair for this evening’s action.
Hello and welcome to the Extratime.ie Sportscast. It's been a busy few days in the League of Ireland and we have plenty more to come with games coming from all angles.
On this week's Sportscast we speak to Bohemians midfielder Keith Buckley as he tells us how his cousin Conor McGregor inspires him to do his best on the football pitch.
On this week’s Sportscast we speak to Shamrock Rovers defender David O’Connor who tells us about the Hoops pre-season trip to India.
On this week’s Sportscast we caught up with two managers – one in each division – and also an experienced player currently plying his trade in the First Division.