20×20 Throwback Interviews

We’re getting behind the 20×20 campaign to increase coverage of women’s sport in Ireland.

We’ll have a special bonus edition of our domestic football podcast previewing the Women’s National League before the start of the season next Saturday.

We also have our look back at Ireland women’s 1 – 0 win over Greece in their Euro2021 qualifier. You can hear award winning journalist Emma Duffy (of the42.ie) speak about the game here.

For this week we have two throwback interviews from Irish internationals.

Rianna Jarrett (2019)

First up we have our interview with Ireland international Rianna Jarrett from Easter last year. At the time Jarrett was playing for Wexford Youths, and would go on to score her first international goal for Ireland and finished as top scorer in the WNL. She now plays professionally for Brighton.

We spoke about how she began playing football, scoring goals for fun, and her struggles with injury. (Apologies for some audio jumps present at the end of the interview)

You can listen on Podbean Here or listen on Spotify below. Alternatively search Post to Post Sport on any podcast platform.

Jenny Murphy (2018)

Shortly after our 3rd anniversary of our first show, we spoke with Irish rugby star Jenny Murphy. Murphy spoke about her recovery from a significant injury, a disappointing world cup, and balancing top level rugby with a full time job.

You can listen on Podbean here or on Spotify below. Alternatively search Post to Post Sport on any podcast platform.

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Rovers the real Deal as Longford make a statement

As the world took notice of that incredible Jordan Flores volley, it was Shamrock Rovers who took control of the Premier Division title race.

“He got his leg higher than I can get my head” – Ron

It’s possible that last season Rovers would have faltered having conceded such an equalizer, but they pushed on to win 3 – 2. There’s a spark about this side, who won the FAI Cup last November. They’ve been relentless in front of goal, and have already picked up points where they dropped them last season in the Dublin Derby and against the champions. It would take some challenge to end Dundalk’s reign, but this Shamrock Rovers side looks capable.

Elsewhere Derry and Bohs look to be the contenders for the European places, while Cork finally got off the mark after a rough start. Shels deserve a lot of credit for the way they have performed so far too, they’ve been hard to beat, which is key for any newly promoted side.

In the First Division, Longford made a huge statement by going to Drogheda and picking up all 3 points. Bray Wanderers got off the mark against Wexford, while Cabinteely continued their impressive form.

On this weeks Domestic Football Podcast:

00:00 – Stephen Henderson & Forgotten Clubs Phil on the Premier Division, and all time great League of Ireland goals

24:32 – Peamount United Coach James O’Callaghan looks ahead to the Women’s National League season, talks winning the league last season, and speaks on his time as a player

46:32 – Stephen Henderson & Forgotten Clubs Phil on the First Division and managing young players

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This weeks episode on Spotify

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