Monday rolls around again and we’ve got another edition of Scoreline Extra for you, the podcast that brings you some of the best highlights from eight hours of sports programming on KCLR every weekend.
On the podcast this week you’ll hear from
- Niall Carew: The Carlow senior football manager shares his thoughts on the lack of playing and training time for those involved in Gaelic games across football, hurling and camogie
- Aoife Lanigan: The Kilkenny Camogie PRO reflects on her recent win as the Camogie Association PRO of the Year and looks ahead to a year for camogie that begins with uncertainty over where and when games will be played
- Karen Duggan: The Kilkenny native has won it all – player of the year, a domestic league and cup double with Peamount, and that’s only in the last 12 months, never mind the rest of her time in the WNL. Karen looks ahead to this season with the LOI and WNL getting to kick things off in March.
- Luke Hardy: After 11 years at IT Carlow, Luke Hardy has taken up a new role this year as Education Development Manager with the FAI, focusing on the development and implementation of an education strategy within the League of Ireland and Women’s National League and the management of the FAI ETB programme.
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