Laurence Malone

Laurence Malone talks about growing up in Dublin and his early involvement with the GAA in the area around Malahide. He talks about the differences between the GAA in Dublin and the rest of the country, and explains why he feels that sometimes the GAA is moving too slowly as a sporting organisation. He remembers the reconstruction and modernisation of Croke Park. He talks about the advent of women players in the club, and hopes his daughters will follow. He explains his views of the professionalism debate and contrasts the future of the GAA with that of rugby.

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