Nathan Murphy and Neil Treacy are joined by former Munster winger Johne Murphy, as well as current Irish International Louise Galvin, to look back on where it went wrong for Ireland in their World Cup Pool A defeat to Japan.
They look back at how Ireland let their 12-3 lead slip so disastrously, what both sides did to make it happen, and whether or not Ireland's style of play is too attritional for tournament rugby.
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Nathan Murphy joined by Cliona Sadlier of Rape Crisis Network, Chelsea women's football coach Lisa Fallon and former Wexford hurler Diarmuid Lyng. ‘Enough is enough- Let’s stop excusing sexual harassment and sexual violence. Learn more at gov.ie/no excuses or in an emergency call 999.’ #enoughisenough #noexcuses
29 November Finished
Neil Treacy is joined by Irish rally co-drivers Elaine Ní Shé and Sarah McFadden, as well as team manager at Arden Motorsport Kenny Kirwan, to discuss the upcoming Motorsport Show at the RDS on November 23rd and 24th.
9 November Finished
Mayo's Colm Boyle and Kerry's David Moran join Neil Treacy for a special All-Stars Football panel. The lads discuss their 2019 and also give their opinion on the rule changes brought in for next year.
2 November Finished
Nathan Murphy joined in studio by Collette O'Hagan, Cathal Dennehy and Frank Greally where they look ahead to the 40th Dublin Marathon, what it takes to run 695 marathons, development of Nike shoes and much more
26 October Finished
On this week's Saturday Panel, we're bringing you the very best of a recent Off The Ball show at the Dublin Liberties Distillery, where three OTB favourites Kieran Donaghy, Kevin Kilbane and Andy Lee joined Nathan Murphy to discuss everything from dealing with the big occasion, tales from the back of the bus, and of course Dancing on Ice...
5 October Finished