Papertalk GAA Podcast: Tipp's ghost goal, Kerry unveil project youth, Galway throw off shackles

Anthony Daly, Tony Leen and John Divilly discuss the weekend's championship action with Colm O'Connor.

Anthony Daly has never seen a goal like the one Tipperary were awarded against Waterford.

Though he says the Gaelic Grounds controversy can't entirely take away from another incredible Tipperary comeback.

However, Dalo says Clare will scent blow at Semple Stadium next week, with Tipperary looking like an old champion boxer just one punch away from the canvas.

Tony Leen was in Killarney to see Kerry's young guns demolish Clare, the fruits of a two-year bedding process Eamonn Fitzmaurice has been overseeing.

David Clifford wasn't the most impressive of Kingdom's free-flowing attack, which will suit everyone in Kerry just fine.

But what did Cork learn and will Fitzmaurice's full-court press defensive system be vulnerable later in the championship?

Plus John Divilly was in Salthill to see Galway let rip in their own mauling of Sligo.

And he says the Tribesmen are more than ready to take on Roscommon on their home patch in the Connacht final.

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