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The Pint-cast story

Some of the best moments we've had and stories told have been over a pint. The high stool is legendary as a source of knowledge on all things past, present and future. There is noting better than ordinary people talking to ordinary people about ordinary things, its actually extra-ordinary. The Pint-casters want to capture these stories, not in print but in voice and no better way to do it than over a few pints.

We're just three guys that love our GAA and having the craic. With pure boredom setting in during lockdown we decided to launch the Pint-cast and have the virtual craic with our buddies on a Sunday evening over a pint or two.

We'd also like to help local clubs across the country, like Rathpeacon, that are struggling to raise funding. Lets face it, covid-19 has devastated our clubs ability to raise funding in the normal manner. Click here to find out how you can join the Pint-cast crew and raise some funds for your club

Meet the Pint-casters

A Rathpeacon native, Dinny wasted most of his best playing years skulling scooners down under in Aus before returning to Cork to take up his rightful place, between the sticks for rathpeacon Junior B Hurling. 
The Rathpeacon Rambler, Cian is our answer to Barry White, a big guy with a big heart and silky smooth voice. Originally from Westmeath, Cian was once seen wearing a Cork jersey although it could have been a Feile t-shirt, we're not sure.
A proud Louth man and the current manager of Rathpeacon's Junior B footballers, Cormac is wondering whether or not he should reply to Micky Harte's text messages or stay loyal to his adopted club.
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