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With the coronavirus throwing everything into flux, this morning we’re in the surreal situation of having a perfectly-poised Six Nations table that looks likely to be a good seven months away from any conclusion. Gerry Thornley and Gavin Cummiskey are in studio to tease out what it all means and where we go from here.Documentarian Ross Whitaker is …
 
Rules come and rules go but Congress is always with us. Fresh from an invigorating weekend at Croke Park, Sean Moran joins us in studio for a look at how the new backpass rule came to be and brings the lowdown on the next GAA president.Who do you support? How and why did that come to be? How important is shirt colour? Emmet Malone has carried out t…
 
Stop all the clocks. Turn off the Tweet machine. Rugby is goosed, ruined and everything in between. England have beaten us to a bloody pulp and nothing remains but entrails and outrage. Gerry Thornley and Gavin Cummiskey are in studio to pick over the carcass of Twickenham. It's gonna get grim, baby. It's gonna get grim.Keith Duggan was in Tuam yes…
 
Twickenham week in the Six nations and all of a sudden, a Triple Crown is at stake. Who are England now, exactly? Are they the team that beat New Zealand in the World Cup semi-final or are they about to lose their third test match in four games? Gerry Thornley and Gavin Cummiskey tease it all out in studio.Former international referee Owen Doyle go…
 
With two wins from two gathered into the hold, the Andy Farrell train is rolling merrily along. Gavin Cummiskey and Gerry Thornley are in studio to break down Saturday's win over Wales and we hail Captain Johnny Sexton, for that is how we should address him now.Tyrone and Kerry's league game was moved to Edendork and Ian O'Riordan managed to find h…
 
The Six Nations is here and it is well in itself, French kissed to life on Sunday in Paris with the home side's win over England. Ireland's campaign got off to a steady start on Saturday, eventually overcoming a physical Scotland side but picking up some body blows along the way. Gavin Cummiskey and Gerry Thornley are in studio to break it all down…
 
The Ireland squad are in Portugal so it must be (checks notes)... the start of the Six Nations? Okay. Andy Farrell's new broom has swept the team announcement - not to mention the Irish press pack - to foreign climes for a longer run-in than everyone is used to. Before hopping on a plane, Gerry Thornley joins Gavin Cummiskey in studio for our bumpe…
 
The most compelling soap opera in rugby goes on and on. Fresh from the announcement that they are to be relegated to the English Championship, Saracens have drawn Leinster in the quarter-finals of the Champions Cup in April. Gavin Cummiskey is in studio to walk us through the latest twists and turns in a story that has plenty of room to run in it y…
 
And we're back! The first Added Time podcast of 2020 is here and it's in your face. Or your ears, at least.Gavin Cummiskey is in studio to pick the bones out of the Champions Cup weekend. Leinster are sailing, Munster are failing, Ulster are somewhere in between. What does it all mean for the rest of the tournament? And with the Six Nations just un…
 
For the final Added Time podcast of 2019, Mary Hannigan and Emma Duffy of The42 join us in studio to review the year in women's sport. With The Irish Times Sportswoman of the Year awards coming up this Friday, we all put up our top five women's sport moments of the year and worm our way through the selections until we reach the top.From Katie Taylo…
 
The grim reality of the FAI's catastrophic accounts was revealed last week to be even worse than everyone imagined. What sort of future can it have now? How will it get out from under its debt to become a going concern? Emmet Malone joins us in studio to try to make sense of the worst week in the history of the association.Gavin Cummiskey is in wit…
 
Was 2019 a vintage year for sports books? Mal and Pat are joined by old friend and Irish Examiner sports columnist Kieran Shannon to pick their favourite titles of the past 12 months.Added Time: The Irish Times Sports Podcast
 
Rugby with Garry Thornley and Gavin Cummiskey at 7.15Paul Fitzpatrick on Cavan footballer Charlie Gallagher at 31.30Munster gonna Munster. The ghosts of winter Saturday Nights Past came calling as Thomond Park rocked to another nail-biting Champions Cup encounter, this time against Racing 92. Gerry Thornley and Gavin Cummiskey are in studio to brea…
 
Football with Emmet Malone 6.52Rugby with Gavin Cummiskey and Gerry Thornley 23.40Crunch time in Dublin 4. Ireland v Denmark VI - This Time It's... well, it's likely to be quite similar to the five that have gone before. Denmark won't be shaking in their boots, Ireland won't be exactly cowering either at the thought. Winner goes to the Euros, loser…
 
Rugby barely had time to catch 40 winks before the Champions Cup has come rapping on the door and rousting it for another season. With defending champions Saracens the talk of the towns and all four Irish provinces ready to go, the stage is set for a fascinating competition, whatever happens. Gavin Cummiskey is in studio to break down the Saracens …
 
Some weeks, the whole thing is like trying to fit a quart into a pint pot. The amount of sport that fizzed around the place over the weekend is almost too much - but we've done our best in your Monday Added Time. Forgive us our misses.Gerry Thornley and Gavin Cummiskey run the rule over the World Cup final in our last rugby pod for, oh, a fortnight…
 
It’s here, at last. The World Cup final is upon us as England take on South Africa in Yokohama. Gerry Thornley and Gavin Cummiskey have one more pod in them, breaking down the match-ups and the ready-ups. Also, in a turn up for the books, why they both want England to win.All in your final Thursday Added Time, with Malachy Clerkin.…
 
England saved the signature performance of the Eddie Jones era until it couldn't have mattered more. In stuffing New Zealand in Yokohama on Saturday, they sailed into the World Cup final in grand style. There they will meet South Africa, whose win over Wales on Sunday had none of the fireworks, albeit the same reward. With Gavin Cummiskey in studio…
 
The World Cup fall-out continues apace. After Isa Nacewa's cutting assessment of Joe Schmidt's final year, it feels like there is a lot of water to flow under the bridge before we can put the tin lid on Japan 2019. Also, there is the small matter of the semi-finals to dig through.Gavin Cummiskey is back from his travels, disappointingly with one ar…
 
Let the autopsy begin. Ireland are out of the World Cup at the quarter-final stage - again. Ireland have been hammered when it matters most - again. Why does this keep happening? How could we have imagined anything else? Gerry Thornley and Gavin Cummiskey are on the line from Japan to pick over the bones of it all.Sports book season is upon us. Adr…
 
Ireland will make history when they beat New Zealand in the Rugby World Cup quarter-final on Saturday. That’s the view from Tokyo as Gerry Thornley and Gavin Cummiskey are reasonably bullish that Joe Schmidt’s team can make the final four of a World Cup for the first time. The two-time defending champions and number one side in the world start as 1…
 
It’s moving week for our rugby and soccer teams – by the end of it there’s a good chance we’ll have either have moved on or moved out. Gavin Cummiskey and Gerry Thornley check in from Japan, where the Rugby World Cup has been lit up by the hosts. How did nobody see Japan coming? Where do Ireland stand ahead of the quarter-final against New Zealand?…
 
Find your hatches, batten them down. The Rugby World Cup is descending into farce and there doesn't seem to be a thing anyone can do about it. Typhoon gonna typhoon and the Scots and Italians gonna go home sore, it seems.Proper rugby brain John O'Sullivan is in studio to co-present as we check in with our men in Japan. Gavin Cummiskey and Gerry Tho…
 
Fake news is alive and well and it's taking over the Rugby World Cup. Despite reports that the sky is falling in over in Japan, Gavin Cummiskey is here to reassure one and all that Ireland are not going to be typhooned out of the competition this weekend. Contingency plans are in place and the road to a glorious quarter-final exit is secure for now…
 
The morning after the borefest before. Ireland have dealt with Russia like a library clerk enforcing a minor fine - nothing too brutal, just a quietly bloodless transaction. And through it all, we have no real idea of where Joe Schmidt's side stand.Gavin Cummiskey and Keith Duggan are on the line from Japan. They bring us a mood of pessimistic limb…
 
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