Joining us on our 30th episode of The Clash Act with Eddie Scally is Kilkenny legend and proud Carrickshock man Michael Rice.
In this nearly 90 minute interview, Rice delves into a whole vast array of topics from his illustrious playing days and more, we honestly could have chatted for days, here is hoping he sits with us again for part two.
Here is what to expect:
- Teaching through Covid
- Early days hurling
- Secondary school
- Club success
- Breaking the ranks with Kilkenny’s minor, U21 and senior sides
- Big days with Kilkenny’s senior side
- Battling through injuries
- The phone call from Brian Cody
- This year’s All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship
Listen: Michael Rice on The Clash Act #30
If you like what you hear, why not dip into the archives and listen back to some of the recent episodes where we deep-dive into careers of former Kilkenny hurlers Eddie Brennan, Noel Hickey, Brian Hogan, PJ Ryan, Paul Murphy, Peter Cleere, Eoin Larkin, John Mulhall and Richie Power, Waterford’s Dan Shanahan & former manager Derek McGrath, Roscommon’s Frankie Dolan, All-Ireland senior camogie winner with Kilkenny Denise Gaule, Katie Nolan & Power, former Westmeath player John Connellan, Carlow’s Marty Kavanagh Niall Carew & Brian Tracey, Referee David Gough, Cork All-Star Larry Tompkins, former Galway All-Ireland winners Eugene Cloonan and Kevin Walsh or All-Ireland winner with Offaly Michael Duignan.
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