'Someone Like Him Will Just Pick Up Where He Left Off': Rory Best Speaks On Joey Carbery's Injury Woes
Dermot & Dave
He retired last year after an incredible career with 124 caps, two grand slams, four Triple Crowns and with the honour of captaining the team to beat the All Blacks twice but now Rory Best is enjoying a life away from the daily pressures of being a full-time sports hero.Speaking to Dermot and Dave, the former Ireland and Ulster captain, spoke about making the move back into life on the family farm after he hung up his boots at the end of Ireland's Rugby World Cup campaign.He also had some words of encouragement for his former international teammate, Joey Carbery who has been ruled out of the game 'indefinitely'.[audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2020/08/19135118/RoryBest_Pod.mp3"][/audio]
#85 GAA Weekend Review, Joey Carbery's Ankle, Tales From The NFL
Added Time: The Irish Times Sports Podcast
The Dublin threshing machine rolls on, reducing all before it to dust. Happily, we have much to discuss this Monday morning, with an All-Ireland final on the horizon, however much of a done deal we imagine it to be three weeks out. Keith Duggan and Eamon Donoghue are with us to break down the weekend in Croke Park.Indecently early though it is, there's rugby to talk about. Gavin Cummiskey is in studio to sing a sad song over Joey Carbery's ankle and lay out the detail of the three either/or calls Joe Schmidt would need to make if the plane to Japan was taking off in the morning.There's also a couple of fun tales from the early pre-season around the NFL, with the contrasting stories of Antonio Brown and Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi.All in your Monday Added Time, with Malachy Clerkin and Pat Nugent.Times:00:05 - Intro on the NFL06:40 - GAA with Keith and Eamon32:45 - Rugby with Gavin Cummiskey
Joey Carbery on moving to Ireland at 11 and beating the All Blacks on his debut
House of Rugby Ireland
Joey Carbery sits down to speak with Pat McCarry for a bonus House of Rugby episode that looks on his journey from Auckland to Dargaville and on to Ireland, where he has become a massive rugby star. The Munster and Ireland outhalf talks rugby heroes, new starts and the joys of blueberry milk.
The Andy Farrell era, Leinster’s backlog and Joey Carbery’s development
The Left Wing
On this week’s episode of The Left Wing, Will Slattery and Luke Fitzgerald are joined in studio by Irish Independent rugby correspondent Cian Tracey to discuss all the latest rugby news.The lads start with their belated reaction to the news that Andy Farrell will replace Joe Schmidt as Ireland head coach after the World Cup, with Luke saying that it’s a natural time to move on after a brilliant tenure.Talk moves to Leinster’s strength in depth after their big win over the Dragons, with Will asking how the province is able to hold onto so much young talent.Joey Carbery’s continued development at out-half, Ulster’s progress under Dan McFarland and Connacht’s good form are also up for debate.
Last year, Tiger Woods could barely walk. Last night, in chaotic, brilliant circumstances, he won his first PGA Tour championship in 5 years to reaffirm his return to the top of the sport. Not only has he battled back from technical, physical, psychological and emotional setbacks, he's also won a few new friends along the way. Author, podcast host and friend of the show Lawrence Donegan tries to put it all into historical perspective.Gerry Thornley and Mattie Williams join us to talk about Munster and Joey Carbery's awkward initial fumblings as they strive to make this relationship work, Connacht have their groove back under Andy Friend, and Felipe Contepomi is adding even more pizzazz to the Leinster back-room. Plus there's Souness' stove-piping, Ken awaits Eoin McDevitt's return with unbearable anticipation, and we mention Jamie Dornan, Brian O'Driscoll and Condoleezza Rice in the same sentence so it must be Ryder Cup week.
Ep44 - Joey Carbery on injury, Ulster links and Jordan Larmour, and new year's resolutions
House of Rugby Ireland
1.00 - The sneaky way you can watch all the rugby games on telly3.00 - The state of the Irish provinces6.00 - Munster confidence7.00 - The art of making a big hit9.00 - Ulster woes and lack of steel11.00 - Excellent Connacht12.00 - Andy reveals he was the driver of the Mini Cooper in Galway13.00 - New Year's resolutions16.40 - What can Ulster do about number 10?19.20 - Do Munster need a full back?21.20 - James's strange new year's resolutions30.00 - Player contracts34.00 - Joey Carbery interview45.00 - Pat apologises to Joey Carbery46.50 - Match previews56.50 - Fan Questions1.03.00 - The Gavin Henson appreciation society