The GAA Hour: Shane Curran joins us in studio to reflect on Roscommon's win in the rain
The Rossies have arrived.
And after their brilliant win over Mayo, what better man to have with us on our return to the studio than Shane Curran. The charismatic St Brigid's club-man played in goals for club and county and is now a huge supporter of the county.
Curran was hugely impressed with Roscommon's desire and determination on the day, and was also glowing in his praise of their manager Davy Burke. Curran praised the Kildare man's enthusiastic approach to management.
"I like that bit of energy, that bit of honesty, I don't like this sort of stuff that everything's so banal and so anal with all the answers we get all the time and you're not really getting any insight into the game."
Elsewhere, On the latest GAA Hour [LISTEN to the full show below], we talked about New York's famous win over Leitrim - their first ever in the Connacht championship - and hailed the New York players for their commitment to the cause.
Shane Carthy for example, commutes from Boston to play with New York, while others are getting the subway up to the Bronx to train throughout the year.
Clare are praised for another big championship win, while we also quiz Shane with a quickfire round, where he talks about his famous sojourn as a sweeper keeper, his trial with Manchester United and his love for Arsenal, which stems back years.