This too shall pass will have the hair on your neck stand up. Thank you RTE Sport and The Sunday Game
There’s absolutely no denying it. We’re all really missing all the things we have taken for granted for so very long. And sport, particularly Football, Hurling Ladies Football and Camogie are things we’ve all taken for granted over the years.
As we continue to face the restrictions in place due to the continuing situation with COVID-19 in Ireland, and with the various Championships due to be starting, the absence of our national sports has become front and centre in everyone’s minds. And let’s not forget the institution that is “The Sunday Game”.
RTE‘s flagship GAA show returns to the air tomorrow evening. And Sunday Game presenter Des Cahill will be in studio as we look back on some classic games of years past.
Tomorrow night we’ll be treated to the 2018 All Ireland Senior Hurling Semi Final between Galway and Clare. Following that the attention will turn to the 2017 Football thriller between Dublin and Mayo.
Joining Des Cahill tomorrow is GAA president John Horan among other guests. Cyril Farrell and Anthony Daly will dissect the hurling action, while Ciaran Whelan and then Mayo manager Stephen Rochford will put the 2017 football action under the microscope.
RTE producer Elaine Buckley took on the task of piecing together this epic promo for the season opener. And we’re sure you’ll agree, the promo, which brings together some classic iconic moments to the sound of “The Boys Of Summer” will have you wanting more.
The Sunday Game returns to RTE Two and the RTE Player at 9:30pm tomorrow night. And as the promo reminds us all of the current situation, This Too Shall Pass.
Sunday Game Promo via RTE Sport.