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Boidu Sayeh’s journey to Croke Park Glory and John Horan on Legacy

We know how it feels to be an outsider trying to break into a foreign community and how Gaelic Games helps ease the way, what is it like for a foreigner in Ireland to do the same?  And just why is being a teacher an advantage to working in sports leadership?

Rosemount and Westmeath GAA star Boidu Sayeh joins to tell how Gaelic Games can be used as a means of bringing immigrants into the local society and how beating Meath is always a pleasure, for most of his team mates.  And how the Covid crisis has temporarily interrupted the return of Westmeath to the top table.

In the final part of our interview with GAA President John Horan, he offer insight into how the GAA is gaining in rugby strongholds, the Bloody Sunday centenary in November and what he hopes to be remembered for as he passes the baton onto Larry McCarthy.
It’s a little longer this Sunday as we have a lot to pack in, even the GAA views of Donald J. Trump.

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