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New York Colleges Manager Paddy Curtis

Season 2, Ep. 16

On this week's podcast, New York Colleges football manager Paddy Curtis looks back on his side's performance in the Corn na Mac Leinn Cup last week - which took place in Carlow IT.

The 26 man panel of all American-born players were aiming to be the first New York team to win the competition – which is the third-tier competition of the Sigerson Cup.

New York lost the semi-final by just a single point, but then they dusted themselves down and won the shield final the following day - The win meant they were the first New York team in history to win silverware at the tournament. 

Paddy reflects on their week in Ireland and says that the future is bright for this crop of very young players. 

We also delve into the role Meath football legend Graham Geraghty played as coach of the team.

As listeners know, Graham was on the podcast with us a few weeks ago when he was in New York, that podcast, and all of our other podcasts are up on

New York seniors will play Salthill Knocknacarra in a challenge game on Friday, March 18th, at 7.30 pm - come out and show your support as the lads build towards their Connacht championship tie v Sligo – which takes place on Easter Sunday.

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Tim Herlihy - Lost Irish, Irish Whiskey Co-Founder

Season 3, Ep. 19
Michael speaks to County Louth man Tim Herlihy about his new Irish whiskey called Lost Irish.Tim is an Irish whiskey expert and has traveled the globe crafting his trade in the industry and developing Lost Irish. The concept behind Lost Irish will resonate with many emigrants as it tells the story of the 70 million Irish diasporas spread across the world. The casks used to make Lost Irish are sourced from six different continents to symbolize the Irish living in these areas and the various casks give the whiskey its unique taste and flavors Tim discusses why Irish whiskey has made a comeback in recent years and why the industry is now booming. Tim has also co-authored a beautifully produced book called From Barley to Blarney: A Whiskey Lover's Guide to Ireland which documents Ireland's 50 most iconic bars and pubs. Tim and the founders of the famous Dead Rabbit Bar traveled around Ireland to visit each bar featured in the book including some gems like The Long Hall Bar in Dublin and The Castle in Cork.If you’d like to purchase some Lost Irish Irish Whiskey or Tim’s book just click on some of the links in the description below.Lost Irish Website - - Long Hall - Irish Instagram - us on social media or leave a comment on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, @thelonghallpodcast.Follow Tim on Instagram -

Katie Taylor Fight Preview - Will Croke Park Mega fight Happen Next Year?

Season 3, Ep. 18’s Gavan Casey is back to give us a preview on Katie Taylor’s upcoming fight against Karen Carabajal this Saturday in London. Katie puts all her word lightweight titles on the line against the unbeaten Argentinian although she isn’t expected to cause too many problems for the Irish Olympic Gold medalist. Although we usually only cover Irish topics or Irish sporting events in America….I felt it was worth keeping tabs on Katie this weekend given she is based in Connecticut and of course has fought stateside many times before. Gavan also gives us insight into why the Amanda Serrano rematch in Croke Park didn’t materialize this year and he tells us if he thinks that megafight will happen next year…… Or Will we see Katie trading leather with the likes of MMA super Kris Cyborg back in Madison Square Garden or in Las Vegas. We also look back on the sensational success of Ireland's female boxers at the European Championships last weekend with gold for Kellie Harrington, Amy Broadhurst and Aoife O’Rourke. As listeners know, the podcasts have been a bit sporadic over the last few months and that’s basically because I’ve been tied up myself playing Gaelic football here in New York. The season has now ended so I hope to get back up to speed with things here. I’m hoping to do a podcast at least once every 2 weeks, likely to be released midweek on a wed or Thursday. If there’s anyone, you’d like to hear me interview feel free to reach out on our social media channels on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, @thelonghallpodcast.  I have a really interesting interview with Irish whiskey expert Tim Herlihy that I’ve kept on ice over the last few months. Tim is the co-founder of the new Irish Whiskey called and that will be released next.Visit for more boxing and New York GAA news.You will also find other New York GAA match reports on the site as well as a podcast with New York Hurling Division Chair Richie Hartnett.If you would like to send in your own match reports, or other Irish American sports stories, please reach out to us on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter, @thelonghallpodcast.