Elizabeth Flynn

Liz Flynn has been involved in GAA since she was a child. She has played at every level from club to county including third level with Waterford Institute of Technology. She has won a range of title’s at county and national level and has played on the County Galway Senior panel. In addition to her training and coaching, she is highly involved in the administrative side of Camogie and is currently the Secretary of the third level CCAO. She talks mainly about the role of the GAA in her life and in her community, role models, rivalries and local celebrations. She also discusses the role of the GAA in a rural area, and her involvement in coaching, administration and playing at club, county and college. She talks about the role of alcohol in the GAA and the role of Irish in the GAA.

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