The Fair Green (Sarah Sexton - Milford) - Tuesday, 9th March 2021
This week's guest on 'The Fair Green' is Milford camogie star Sarah Sexton. The 2016 All-Ireland winning captain talks an amazing and eventful journey experienced by her club between 2012 and 2016 including three All-Ireland titles. From finally making a breakthrough in Cork to conquering all before them in Munster and Ireland; to bouncing back from an All-Ireland semi-final defeat to Mullagh; and going up the steps of the Hogan Stand. Sarah talks about the formation of the club in 1997; the influence Anna Geary and Ashling Thompson have on the squad; being player of the match in one All-Ireland Final before missing two more through injury. And she also names her 'Fantastic Four.' == 'The Fair Green' broadcasts every Tuesday on sportsdaz.ie Check out our catalogue of interviews with some of the great players in camogie and football Theme Song - 'National Duality' (c) josephmcdade.com/music #SportsDaz
In the 1890s, a "band of robbers" terrorized Butler County, running illegal beer joints, bilking the railroad, robbing businesses and the elderly, and murdering anyone who got in their way. It is the last decade of the 1800s. Fears of Jack the Ripper, still uncaptured, have White Chapel and the rest of London on edge. Yet across the ocean, in a small southern town in Alabama, murder runs so rampant, even England is reporting the news. THE BAD BOYS OF BUTLER COUNTY: A Band of Robbers: The True Story of John Hipp, Charles Kelley, the McKay Brothers And Their Reign of Terror in the 1890's-Sarah Sexton Miller
Our Cork friends will certainly know Sarah Sexton, Owner of Bean Brownie Company and qualified PT, but what makes Sarah who she is outside of the Bean Brownie empire? Tune in to listen to the pitfalls and triumphs that Sarah has endured to lead her to the path she's on today.