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# the toughest trade

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# the toughest trade
Here's the full account of Lee Chin's attempt to break the ice in Canada
The Wexford star swapped hurling for hockey in a programme which was broadcast last night on RTÉ 2.
# the toughest trade
The Donegal captain with Clermont and the Welsh rugby great playing for Glenswilly
A new sporting experience for Michael Murphy and Shane Williams.
# the toughest trade
Murphy on playing against 'monsters' and Williams tackles the 'most tiring skill session he's ever done'
The Donegal man even gets away a tidy-looking offload in this teaser for ‘The Toughest Trade’.
# the toughest trade
'I'd love to see it get more international exposure': Ice hockey star Auld impressed by hurling
The former Canadian goalkeeper spent a week in Wexford with Faythe Harriers.
# the toughest trade
French adventure - Michael Murphy swapping life with Donegal for Clermont
The 2012 All-Ireland winning captain is going trying his hand at rugby.
# role reversal
Former Lions winger Shane Williams is linking up with Donegal champions Glenswilly
Michael Murphy will try his hand at rugby with Clermont Auvergne as part of The Toughest Trade.
# Trading Places
'Like going from kindergarten to grad school' - A sneak peek at Aidan O'Shea's American experiment
The Toughest Trade continues on RTÉ next week.
# comparing codes
'You can't even have a Lucozade on a Friday night without being questioned'
Is GAA getting too serious? Brendan Maher’s trip Down Under taught him to have more fun.
# the toughest trade
Cricket in his blood - Tipp hurler Maher uncovers sporting heritage after trip to Oz
The Tipperary hurling captain on his new love for cricket and why he is keen to follow in the footsteps of his forefather.
# the toughest trade
'I'd do it again...but maybe once every few months' - GAA still a charm for Bentley
The former Arsenal and Tottenham winger was back in Ireland yesterday.