The Kerry forward's revealed one of basketball's biggest names is someone he looks up to and he's been talking about his intercounty experience.
It's been some season so far for Dermot Earley, putting in player of the game performances for the Lilly whites in their path to the Leinster Final. Seeing off the challenge of Offaly and Laois sets them up for a final appearence with Dublin where they hope to bridge a nine year gap and bring home the Leinster Championship. The Army Captain talks on his former life as a basketball player, team morale, younger lads on the Kildare panel and his own U21 playing days.
The Cats homecoming on Noreside last September.
Tipp edge past Clare to 09 Munster Final
The club, the GAA and playing football by the Derry star.
Tipp's dynamic midfielder on running the cats close in the league final, and being big in Ballinahinch.
Watch a day in the life of one of Ireland's most famous pieces of silverware.
Years in the shadow of Tyrone and Kerry and returning from injury are some of the reasons the Galway senior footballer is hoping to be still playing in September.
He's been on fire so far this summer and was the difference between Waterford and Limerick in the Munster Semi-Final. The De la Salle clubman has seen finals come and go in the last twelve months but realises the strength of the Tipperary opposition and says they are one of the only teams out there capable of beating Kilkenny. Mullane shares his views on the Munster Final and what he thinks of Tipperary.
Mickey Ned O'Sullivan is more aware than anyone else that anything can happen in 70 minutes of Championship football. Back in 1992, Mickey Ned was manager of a hightly fancied Kerry team who went down to rank outsiders Clare in the Munster Final. He is hopeful of a similar upset when his Limerick side take on Cork in the Munster Final.
Pat Gilroy's side are up and running in their quest for another Leinster title.
His point in the 1996 Munster Hurling Final against Clare is one of the greatest scores ever witnessed. The Patrickswell club man may never have won an All-Ireland with Limerick but he is widely regarded as one of the greatest hurlers of the last 25 years. Ciaran shares his thoughs on the 2009 Munster Final, his own playing days and that famous point in 96.
Limerick came back to secure a draw in their Munster Senior Hurling Championship clash.
The Ahane clubman and evergreen Limerick star on graduating from the great team of the 90's and trying to live with the big boys.
The Galway hurling sensation on the Tribesmen's Portumna backbone, Leinster and the job of following up his first senior season.
He's been kicking football with the Limerick senior set up since 1999 and knows that Munster Finals don't come around every season. Galvin thinks this Limerick team has benefited from new ideas and new training techniques under the guidance of former Kerry great Mickey Ned O'Sullivan.
The former All Ireland winning Clare captain on what made him as a player Croke Park memories and what he's brought to Dublin.