Geraldine Sheridan, Maria Kealy and Anne Dungan

Geraldine Sheridan, Maria Kealy and Anne Dungan recall their earliest memories of the GAA. They each recall their own careers in the GAA, from playing to coaching, as well as administration. The highs and lows of their involvement in ladies football are recalled, specifically underage All-Ireland successes and defeats with Meath. All three discuss and debate the difficulties that ladies football faces, detailing instances where they have felt they have been treated differently to their male counterparts. They also talk about the nature of the relationship between ladies football and camogie in Meath. They talk about their best memories from their involvement in the GAA, and discuss their heroes in the GAA. All three conclude by examining what motivates them to remain involved in ladies football and the GAA.

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