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PODCAST: Cork book Munster final spot & the coach helping Phil Healy reach the top of her sport

July 13th, 2021 7:11 PM

By Southern Star Team

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On this week’s podcast we’re chatting to Shane McCormack, the Wexford-man who has played a key role in Phil Healy’s rise to the top of Irish athletics.

Phil will compete for Ireland in no less than three events at the Tokyo Olympic games which kick off in less than 10 days.

Sticking with the Olympic theme, we’re also going to give you all a sneak preview of Episode 3 of The Southern Star’s Big Story series which will be available across Youtube and all the major podcasting platforms from next Tuesday.

Inside Ireland’s Greatest Rowing Club tells the story of Skibbereen Rowing Club and how it has produced so many Olympians despite its humble stature.

But before all that we're reflecting on Cork’s Munster semi-final win over Limerick at the Gaelic Grounds on Saturday.

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We're delighted to say that we have once teamed up with Access Credit Union for the months ahead on the Star Sport Podcast and what a couple of months we have in store.

Not only is the club action set to return but there’s also the small matter of the Munster and All Ireland inter-county championships and of course the Tokyo Olympics.


We’ll be covering all that great sport in-depth on the podcast and we couldn’t be happier about going on that journey with Access Credit Union.Access Credit Union is well known for supporting local West Cork sport at all levels and we look forward to telling that story throughout the summer and beyond.Access Credit Union - funding dreams for over 50 years.
You can add the Star Sport Podcast to your podcast player of choice by copying this URL - https://southern-star.podomatic.com/rss2.xml - and using the "Add a podcast by URL/RSS" option.

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