Ex GAA president Kelly advises emigrants to use association's network

Ex GAA president Kelly advises emigrants to use association's network

Irish emigrants are being encouraged to use the GAA network abroad to get help socially and professionally.

Former GAA president Sean Kelly said international GAA communities can provide substantial resources of assistance to recent Irish emigrants who may need help settling into their new countries.

The Fine Gael MEP said people would find a home from home with GAA clubs "regardless of whether they were involved with GAA or not".

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