This week’s Scoreline Extra is a bumper edition, bringing you some of the interview highlights from the most recent helping of Scoreline on KCLR.
For episode nine, we’re heavy on camogie with Kilkenny duo Katie Power and Denise Gaule along with Carlow Camogie chairperson Linda Kenny.
On matters soccer, we’re catching up with Tom Mullins on what the local soccer season may look like if and when games return, while Kilkenny native Gary Breen keeps us up-to-date on life with Cliftonville in Northern Ireland.
We’ll also hear from Micheál Briody, chair of the now-disbanded Club Players Association following the decision at GAA Congress to implement a split-season calendar from 2022 onwards.
Here’s how it breaks down
- 1:26 – Kilkenny’s Katie Power chats about her recovery from injury, the bittersweet side of winning an All-Ireland on the sidelines and the hunger for this year’s campaign
- 19:21 – Fresh from being named Camogie Association & WGPA Senior Player’s Player of the Year, Denise Gaule reflects on her path to glory and what her plans are for this summer’s games.
- 26:46 – A stalwart of camogie in Carlow, Linda Kenny talks about her recent GAA President’s Award
- 43:43 – With the GAA confirming a split-season format from 2022, we talk to Club Players Association chairman Micheál Briody about the CPA’s campaigning and their disbanding in the wake of the fixtures resolution.
- 58:08 – Tom Mullins gives breaks things down for soccer in Kilkenny and what – if anything – we can expect should games return in the summer or sooner
- 1:11:19 – Gary Breen is talking his football life with Cliftonville in Northern Ireland.
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