The popular GAA documentary series Laochra Gael returns to TG4 this spring every Sunday evening after GAA Beo. Profiling the feats of Gaelic Games’ greatest players this series has lots in store for GAA fans around the country.
Kilkerrin/Clonberne’s Annette Clarke represented Galway at the highest level of Ladies Football for eighteen years. She won 2 All Stars and captained her side to All Ireland glory in 2004. In this programme she charts her career from the highs of winning the Junior All Ireland in 2002 and Senior All Ireland in 2004 to the low of suffering a near career ending injury in 2010 and being dropped from the squad 2012. She also speaks of the joy of winning her second All Star in 2013 and captaining her club to a Connacht Title 2014. Contributions also from Claire Egan, Juliet Murphy and Maire Ní Bhraonáin.
Still to come in this season’s GAA Legends :-Four brothers from the small east Galway village of Caltra who have had a huge influence on Galway’s status and of their club too, The Meehan’s – brothers Declan, Tomás, Noel and Michael.
The new Laochra Gael season will air on TG4 at 5:55pm on Sunday evening with a repeat showing on Monday evening at 8:00pm.
The series is produced by Nemeton TV, the independent production company from Ring in the Waterford Gaeltacht which has produced much of TG4’s acclaimed sports coverage.