Robbie Irwin talks to GAA President, John Horan in the latest SeniorTimes Podcast

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In our latest series of Podcasts, Robbie Irwin has conversation’s with guests who’ve made a big impact on Irish Life

Robbie Irwin kicks off his series of podcasts for Senior Times with an exclusive!  Marking his retirement as GAA President, John Horan talks to Robbie about his term at the helm of Gaelic Sports.

The first Dublin-born President of the Association in over 90 years, Horan’s tenure saw controversy over Dublin’s continued domination of the football championship, alongside the most serious disruption ever faced by the sport due to Covid-19.  A possible re-structuring of inter-county competition is one of many issues discussed in a wide-ranging, frank and lively encounter between two veterans of Irish sport.

Robbie is probably best known for his career in front of the MIC in Sports Broadcasting but has also spent time in Music Radio and has produced many of Radio Sports Big moments. During an almost 40 year span Robbie has edited and produced coverage of Olympic Games, GAA Championships, Cheltenham and Punchestown racing festivals as well as producing Saturday and Sunday Sport , amongst others, on RTE RADIO.

Future Conversations with Robbie Irwin will feature the likes of Colm Meaney, Brian Kerr and Maxi who’ll take us through their lives and career, with many surprises revealed !!!

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The first Dublin-born President of the Association in over 90 years, Horan’s tenure saw controversy over Dublin’s continued domination of the football championship, alongside the most serious disruption ever faced by the sport due to Covid-19.  A possible re-structuring of inter-county competition is one of many issues discussed in a wide-ranging, frank and lively encounter between two veterans of Irish sport.

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