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Get inspired by watching young people who play their part as Gaelic football players and coaches. Find out how young people at the grassroots of the GAA show their dedication to the game by training through rain and shine and helping out as volunteers at football training camps.

Cormac Mac Ruairí wearing Carryduff gaelic football club kit

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Find out how Cormac helps out at a football camp in Carryduff for young people with and without disabilities.

Clodagh Ní Gharmaile at sidelines during football training

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Watch as Clodagh and her team mates on the County Derry team prepare for a match.

Cathal Ó Donnaile wearing his Campa Chormaic kit

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Watch Cathal volunteer at Campa Chormaic - a football and Irish camp held as tribute to Cormac McAnallen.

Three teenage sisters in Gaelic football kit

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Find out about three teenage sisters from County Armagh who all share a love of Gaelic football.

Pádraig Fryers with Belfast houses in background

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Watch Pádraig who plays for Gort na mona and County Antrim tell us what Gaelic football means to him.

Joe Blair playing Gaelic football at Croke Park

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Watch as Joe travels down from Gaoth Dobhair to Croke Park for some elite player training.

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