Club GAA podcast: Barrs back in final, Crossmolina drop, Thurles toppled

A game of two halves in Cork as St Finbarr’s return to the county final.

Reappointed Mayo manager James Horan's new media strategy and Crossmolina's fall from All-Ireland champions out of the senior grade.

Nenagh legend Michael Cleary says the club can’t celebrate any more semi-final wins after Thurles were toppled in Tipp's battle of the towns.

Plus reaction from around the county championships, including Pauric Mahony defying injury to play a huge role in Ballygunner’s fifth Waterford title in a row.

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