It was another busy night of greyhound racing in Limerick and Shelbourne on Saturday with Talking Dogs TV providing full and extensive coverage of the Con & Annie Kirby Memorial.
Talking Dogs TV commentator Joe Sheahan spoke to KCLR’s Scoreline on Sunday about the local interest at the meeting.
“There were a lot of favourites that came in last night that didn’t win at the end.
“Great night for the Kennedy’s and for Denis Lenihan from Freshford. Of course, we had Peter Cronin from Mooncoin also so a great night for Kilkenny to be involved,” said Sheahan.
The Limerick Greyhound Racing PRO expanded on the form of Mooncoin’s Peter Cronin who did not fare too well in the Treaty County.
“Peter Cronin had three runners last night. Unfortunately, none of them came through and he didn’t get the rub of the green particularly with ‘All About Ted’ so he will not be involved in the last 24.”
The Talking Dogs TV commentator also went on to explain the importance and magnitude of this event.
“There is €160,000 prize money up for grabs and it is the richest puppy race in the world. If I had to give a tip I’d go for ‘Sing Along Sally’”.
Listen Back to the full interview from Scoreline this weekend.