Tommy Walsh was born in Liverpool. He was the second only English born president of the provincial council of the GAA in Great Britain and the youngest person ever to fill that position - his father was a Galway man. He talks about the history of the GAA in Liverpool - the role the GAA played in community care for Irish people there. Talks about his career within the GAA and the impact it has had on his life. Strong on the campaign to get the British Army out of Casement Park and Crossmaglen.