Irish accent if possible
speak at a natural speed but articulate as much as possible.
So my first memory of the GAA is when two men came in from the GAA to our primary school. And they came in during our sports lesson because they were there to teach us to play hurling for the boys and camogie for the girls but we all played together because they are similar sports. And it was lots and lots of fun and they would often come into our primary school to do Gaelic sports with us. And also, I suppose even before that, when you grow up in Ireland you just are always aware of the GAA because there is always people wearing Gaelic football shirts or hurling shirts and there is often people walking around with their hurl because they're goin to their sports game after school so it's just a big part of the landscape in Ireland.