Aired: October 24th, 2017
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On the podcast this week, Leitrim GAA legend Colin Regan talked about what it was like to represent the county with the smallest population in Ireland, how being a protestant that thrived in the GAA jersey helped shape his identity and how now, in his role as Community and Health Manager in the GAA, he is adamant that the Association is about much more than just the games.
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Last but not least, to help out Alan Kerins, who featured in episode 13, our podcast host Alan O’Mara will be running through a bog on November 4th to help raise funds for a Children’s Home in Zambia that saves and changes the lives of many. It is a project that Alan Kerins and the team in Gorta-Self Help Africa have been supporting for over 10years. If any listener can spare a few euro, I’d really appreciate the support as any donation you make, no matter how big or small, will help to change a life. You can donate by following this link here.