Members of Clonard GAA Club

Joe Brennan, Ger Cashman and Angela McCormack discuss their earliest memories of the GAA and their family involvement. Joe details the history of the GAA club in Clonard, referencing local nuances. He recalls players and matches from the past. Ger speaks as an “outsider” having moved to the area from Waterford. He emphasises the role that a GAA club can play in the community, discussing the positive part it can play in people's lives. Angela describes her involvement in the club, and mentions the role of women in the club. They all discuss past successes of the club and what direction it needs to take to establish itself in the community. They recall memories of matches and recall stories from the past. They conclude by describing their favourite memories from the GAA, and explain what motivates them to remain involved in Gaelic games.

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