An analysis of an exceptionally high-scoring and competitive All-Ireland championship
An analysis of how Limerick won their 8th All-Ireland after a 45 year wait, and how they avoided a repeat of 1994.
The BAINISTEOIR rating system's predictions for the next round of the All-Ireland.
Last year, Galway won the minor championship, while Limerick won the under 21s. This year, they both find themselves as finalists at senior level. How has underage success translated to senior level historically?
Cathal and Brian spend what felt like the entire off-season discussing the various elements that made the 2018 All-Ireland a very memorable championship.
Brian and Cathal discuss the 2018 All-Ireland final, and lament the end of a terrific championship.
Brian and Cathal try to come to terms with Clare getting knocked out after a second close game, before turning their attention to the big one: Galway versus Limerick, in the 2018 All-Ireland final!
Cathal and Brian try to wrap their heads around the ridiculously amazing 2018 semi finals.
Cathal and Brian review both quarter finals, preview both semi finals, and perform mental gymnastics to figure out how their beloved Clare could have the edge over Galway.
This week, Brian and Cathal discuss the Leinster final replay, the opening knockout rounds of the All-Ireland, and the enjoyment of following a fast paced sport without diving.
In this episode, Cathal and Brian discuss the close Munster final, the even closer Leinster final, the far less close Joe McDonagh cup final, and the unlikely-to-be-close preliminary round of the All-Ireland.
Brian and Cathal discuss the results of the Christy Ring, Nicky Rackard and Lory Meagher finals, before getting into the upcoming Joe McDonagh, Leinster and Munster finals.
Brian and Cathal discuss the final round robin matches, the round robin itself, and the upcoming lower-tier finals!
Cathal and Brian make no secret of their delight at Clare qualifying for the knockout stages of the All-Ireland by knocking Tipperary out, wrap up the rest of the group stages, and speculate about which managers will and won't survive the winter.