In this new series we tell the stories
of four very different GAA clubs
Monday @ 7.30pm
With 2,500 clubs across Ireland, the GAA is the biggest, and perhaps the most important sports and cultural institution in the country. With a club in every parish the local club is the corner stone of the GAA and local communities. In this new series we tell the stories of four very different GAA clubs as they compete, battle for honours, and strive to survive the 2018 season. We join the communities and families of An Ghaeltacht in Kerry, Na Piarsaigh in Galway, Na Dúnaibh in Donegal agus Kilmacud Crokes in Dublin for the joys and the heartbreaks involved in supporting their home club.
Programme 2 – Monday @ 7.30pm
In West Kerry teams from across the country arrive for the weekend to play in the annual Comórtas Caide Páidí Uí Shé which is organised by CLG Na Gaeltachta and the Ó Sé family. In Dublin we see the how the Kilmacud Crokes GAA club are promoting camóige in the area, the girls and parents of the U12 camóige team must manage rush hour traffic to make training. In Donegal, due to costs the members of CLG Na Dúnaibh take control of the construction of their new stand. In Connemara the manager of Na Piarsaigh ladies football team fears they may not be able to field a team, can the club survive?