The Split Season
The Split Season
About The Split Season
Niamh Collins and her Dublin team mates are on the verge of winning 4 All Ireland titles, but when controversary hits the LGFA, she is quick to come to the defense of her opponents.While, in the North we follow Ronan McNamee in Tyrone where Covid-19 case are out of control, and in Westmeath Kieran Martin and co. face Dublin in a straight knockout game.
Conor McDonald and Declan Hannon had two very different paths to take to get to an All Ireland final. Limerick and Declan probably had the toughest route, but it was Wexford who fell short.But, was the sacrifice worth it in the end for Conor? While what was it like or Declan to prepare for an All Ireland final in the run up to Christmas?
Follow Declan Hannon, Niamh Collins, Ronan McNamee, Conor McDonald and Kieran Martin as they embark on a season for the history books.This episode focuses on each player's experience during the club championship.In June, as Covid-19 transmission reached low levels, NPHET and the government made the decision to allow the club championship to resume.However, it didn’t end well.
Follow Declan Hannon, Niamh Collins, Ronan McNamee, Conor McDonald and Kieran Martin as they embark on a season for the history books.This episode focuses on each player's experience during lockdown, from Declan’s job as working in recruitment for the HSE, to Ronan being thrust back into life on the family farm.With no GAA action, the experience was new for them all.
The Split Season is a new podcast series giving unrestricted access to five GAA stars, as they embark on a championship like no other.Declan Hannon, Niamh Collins, Ronan McNamee and more lift the lid on this year's slip season.Find out what it’s like to be vying for an All Ireland title, while working and training during a pandemic under Level 5 restrictions.Produced by Sean Reidy and Graham O'Toole.