The Final Whistle podcast 25/05/2023

What should underage sport be about?

The GAA thinks there’s too much of a fixation on trophies and success at under-12. It’s sent out a reminder that that all under-12 games activity in gaelic football and hurling should be non-competitive. It’s a directive that seems to have divided opinion. We’ll talk to the GAA reporter, whose story in the Irish News on Wedesday, has got the debate going again.

Donegal are getting ready for their fifth women’s Ulster final in six seasons against Armagh. But for the first time, Maxi Curran’s side are the underdogs.

And – what sort of momentum is behind the proposed new adult women’s soccer league for Sligo-Leitrim?