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This Too Shall Pass, Gaelic Games, Irish Media, and the Impact of the Covid-19 Lockdown in Ireland

Dr. Seán Crosson, Senior Lecturer at NUI Galway, and Marcus Free lecturer at Mary Immaculate College joined me to discuss their recent research on the GAA, Irish Media and the lockdown in Ireland.

We chatted about this research and some of the key lessons from the lockdown the GAA can learn.

Running Order:

  • Local Sport: 3:00
  • Interview with Sean and Marcus: 7:55
  • Six Nations, Pro14, and International Sport 49:00

Summary of the research:

Draft Chapter on Researchgate:

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