GAA podcast: Clubs take centre stage plus GAA's LA story

GAA podcast: Clubs take centre stage plus GAA's LA story

An emotional win for Fermoy and the rise of GAA in California are covered in today's PaperTalk podcast.

Denis Hurley reviews a busy weekend in the Cork football championships.

Tony Leen and Conor McCarthy discuss the implications of Cork's new championship stuctures.

And LA Cougars president Ronan Wall discusses how the GAA club has become a fixture in Californian life.

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