Órla Brennan

Orla Brennan talks about the role played by the GAA in her life. She is an avid sportsperson and the GAA has always been a major part of her identity. Her local club is St Brigid’s in Blanchardstown and she has represented her county in ladies football. She talks about her family's long involvement with the association, playing football and camogie growing up, supporting the Dublin footballers, being made captain of the Underdogs team and her views on the role of women in the GAA.

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