Electric Ireland has released the seventh episode of its ‘GAA Minor Moments’ podcast, featuring the lead singer of the Coronas and former Dublin Minor footballer, Danny O’Reilly, as he shares his experiences from both on and off the pitch.

In this week’s episode, O’Reilly reminisces on growing up in a family with a passion for music and sport, where he would learn the importance of hard work and dedication when working towards achieving a goal.

Prior to his success in the music industry, his GAA journey would see him represent school, club and county up to minor level, but he sees the greatest success stemming from his sporting life as being the connections he has created along the way with family and friends. We also gain great insight from Danny, not just as a player, but as a fan who is passionate about Dublin football.

Electric Ireland’s ‘GAA Minor Moments’ Podcast will air every Tuesday as well-known Irish stars share memories from their early sporting careers, reflecting on the defining moments from playing Minor and how it shaped them, both on and off the pitch.

The podcast will run for ten weeks over the course of the Electric Ireland GAA Minor Championship, featuring a new guest each week from a star-studded lineup. This will include Eamon O’Shea, Sean McGrath, Conal Keaney and many more as they reflect on their time spent playing Minor and shed light on some great personal stories.

Galway play Derry and Mayo face Kerry in the semi-finals of this year’s Electric Ireland Minor Football Championship this Saturday with both games being televised live on TG4.

Offaly will play Tipperary in the final of the Hurling Championship at UPMC Nowlan Park on Sunday, July 3rd.



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