New documentary about the unique stories of four GAA players who emigrated to Ireland

September 09, 2020

Westmeath's Boidu Sayeh with young fans. ©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo.

Four GAA players who were born in different countries and emigrated to Ireland share their unique stories in a new documentary.

'New Gaels', produced by Poolbeg Productions and directed by Donald Taylor Black, airs on RTÉ One at 10.15pm tomorrow night.

It features Westmeath footballer Boidu Sayeh (Monrovia, Liberia), Leitrim hurler Zak Moradi (Ramadi, Iraq), Mayo U21 All-Ireland winner Shairoze Akram (Haroonabad, Pakistan) and Jeannine O'Brien (Kinshasa, DR Congo), a member of the Monaleen GAA club in Limerick.


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