Julie-Ann Russell

With the announcement of Galway United’s entry into the WNL next season at all levels we’re joined by Irish International Julie-Ann Russell to discuss the development, the upcoming Ireland World Cup Playoff and Galway WFC’s season so far.

Breifne Earley and Aaron Clarke will also be reviewing the exciting action from last weekend, how the league has been blown wide open for four teams to chase and previewing the impending playoff..

Mia Dodd & Don O’Riordan

After the excitement of the FAI Women’s Cup Semi Finals last weekend we’re back to league action on Saturday & Sunday and Treaty United manager Don O’Riordan & DLR midfielder Mia Dodd will be dropping in to discuss their side’s challenging seasons so far.

The former Sligo Rovers and Galway United boss who spent time on the coaching staff of both China and South Africa Women’s sides will be chatting about the lessons learned this year, some of the new exciting talent in his squad and the club’s and his own plans for the future.

Mia Dodd will be discussing her own emergence as a goal scoring midfielder this season after her move across the city from Shelbourne last winter and her own ambitions for the rest of this season and beyond.

Breifne and Aaron will also be casting an eye back over those two games at the weekend, with post match reaction from Shels captain Pearl Slattery and what Athlone’s success might mean for the midland’s side.

Emily Corbet & Ciara Maher – Cup Semi Final Preview

On this week’s show we’re previewing the FAI Women’s Cup Semi Finals with Athlone Town’s top goal scorer Emily Corbet and Bohemian’s defender Ciara Maher ahead of their big clashes this weekend.

Breifne Earley and Aaron Clarke will also take a look back at the weekend’s games including that big result in Athlone which has completely opened up the title race into a four way sprint in the coming weeks and the impact the Leanne Kiernan injury may have on Ireland’s chances of qualification for the World Cup.

Louise Quinn

And we’re back after an eventful few weeks for Women’s Football in Ireland with the playoff secured for the WNT, the current issues in Galway WFC / United as well as plenty of action in the Women’s National League.

Breifne and Aaron are joined by Louise Quinn to chat about her side’s achievements and maps out the next stages in the World Cup qualification process. She also discusses her memories of her own WNL days and whether she may have a season or two to come later in her career.

Lisa Murphy

On this week’s show Bohemians defender Lisa Murphy joins the two lads to chat about her side’s victory in the FAI Cup Quarter Final against Sligo Rovers and their fine form in recent weeks.

Lisa will be chatting about the impact of playing at home in Dalymount this season, some of the new arrivals at the club, the form that’s seen them blast past their points total of last year with plenty of games left to play.

Breifne and Aaron start the show discussing the action from last weekend’s other games and the impact this will have on the increasingly interesting title race developing.

The lads finish with a look forward to the resumption of the Women’s National League action this weekend, the draw for the semi final stages of the cup and a glance at Shelbourne’s opponents in the Champions League next week.

Kerry ‘Pixie’ O’Hara

On this week’s show Sligo Rovers starlet Pixie O’Hara joins the two lads to chat about her Bit O’Red side’s comeback victory over the Champions Shelbourne at the weekend, her own international ambitions and the debut season for the club in the WNL.

Breifne and Aaron start the show discussing the action from last weekend’s other games and the impact this will have on the increasingly interesting title race developing.

The lads finish with a look forward to the FAI Women’s quarter finals this weekend as the remaining eight teams start to dream about that Tallaght Stadium final date and the silverware on offer to them in a few short months time.

Tommy Hewitt

On this week’s show Tommie Hewitt speaks about his side’s disappointment in not finishing the job against the champions last weekend while giving Aaron a dressing down for writing off his side this season.

Breifne and Aaron start the show discussing the action from last weekend’s games and some of the major incidents arising from those games, the arrival of legendary World Cup Winner and Olympic gold medalist Heather O’Reilly to the league with Shelbourne and the announcement of extended coverage to the league by TG4 in the coming weeks.

Tommy shares his thoughts on Athlone’s fine form and the changing expectations and lack of egos in their dressing room. He discusses the manner in which his side were written off by sections of the media throughout the season and his delight at the way his side have reacted to every obstacle they’ve faced this season.

The lads finish with a look forward to the fixtures this weekend including the first TG4 broadcast of the season where O’Reilly and her new Shelbourne team mates will be the visitors to the Showgrounds as they try to get their faltering run to the title back on track.

Muireann Devaney & Maeve Williams

On this week’s show Athlone Town midfielder Muireann Devaney and Wexford Youth’s keeper Maeve Williams drop in to chat about their impressive respective seasons so far in 2022.

Breifne and Aaron start the show discussing the action from last weekend’s games and some of the major incidents arising from those games.

Muireann Devaney chats about her Athlone Town sides fantastic run to their second placed position in the league table and their ambitions for where they might finish the season. She chats about coping with the Leaving Cert and her Gaelic Football club and county roles alongside her WNL commitments.

Maeve Williams shares her experience this year as she grabbed hold of the starting goalkeeper’s position at Wexford Youths and has held on tight. She speaks about the increasing standards in goalkeeping around the league which has been in evidence this year.

The lads finish with a look forward to the fixtures this weekend where Shelbourne will be looking to secure a firmer grip on the league title as the chasing pack are running out of games to close the gap.

Erica Burke, FAI Women’s Cup Review and Spot Kick Scrutiny

On this week’s show Bohemians striker Erica Burke pops in to discuss her back to back winning goals against Sligo Rovers and Galway WFC in the WNL and FAI Women’s Cup over the last two weeks.

Breifne Earley and Aaron Clarke will be chatting to her about her unorthodox journey to Dalymount Park and what it’s like to be leading the line for the Gypsies this season.

The lads will also will also be looking back at the cup results over the weekend and discussing the gap between the WNL sides and the Intermediate Cup qualifiers displayed during the winning margins over the weekend.

The show will broadcast live on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter & at 8pm this evening.

Women’s FAI Cup, Grace McAuley Ryan, Eve Badana

On this week’s show we are joined by former WNL keeper Grace McAuley Ryan who this weekend joins her Whitehall Rangers team mates in the first round of the FAI Women’s Cup against an impressive Athlone Town side.

We also hear post match reaction from the league fixtures played last weekend with Eve Badana, Graham Kelly and James O’Callaghan giving their thoughts after the DLR Waves and Peamount clash on Monday.

Breifne and Aaron will be looking back at the rest of the weekend’s action as well as previewing the action ahead for the Cup fixtures on Saturday and Sunday.