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Talking Sport Podcast: Looking back on a busy weekend of championship hurling action

What a weekend of club championship action.

The Laois hurling 2020 season is up and running at last with a selection of highly competitive games in all three grades.

And our Talking Sport Podcast looks back on all the games in the top three grades.

This week presenter Steven Miller is joined by Laois GAA TV analysts Sarah Anne Fitzgerald and Damien Carter and our own Alan Hartnett and Gavin Cooper.

With Borris-Kilcotton beating Camross with a late goal and Clough-Ballacolla and Rathdowney-Errill drawing, who now do we install as favourites?

Can any of the chasing pack cause a surprise in the coming weeks?

In the Premier Intermediate grade, there were wins for Portlaoise, The Harps, Clonaslee and Slieve Bloom – who’s looking best for that one?

As well as that we look at the intermediate grade after wins for Mountmellick, Trumera, Rathdowney-Errill and Borris-Kilcotton.

Plus we look at the current situation with Coronavirus with an adult player testing positive in the Park-Ratheniska/Timahoe.

What does it mean for the rest of the competitions and how many headaches will it cause?

You can listen to it here on PodbeanApple Podcasts or Spotify.

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