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The Irish Mammy has become somewhat of a legend both at home and internationally - known for their brilliant one liners, hilarious quips and, of course, the unwavering dedication to their kids, (especially their sons).

 

From serious discussions about who left the immersion on, to watching the Sunday game after a fry, you just can't beat the institution that is the Irish Mammy.  With all that in mind, you need to see this brilliant video, that will seriously bring you back to the glory days of your youth.

 

WARNING: You may suddenly realise that you have actually now turned into an Irish mammy.

 

 

The video shows a handful of interviews with GAA playing sons with their proud mammies. And what is it about mums and their sons that gets us right in the heart?

 

From one son's admission that he got his poor mother a bottle of holy water for Mother's Day to another mum revealing that her biggest achievement to date was bringing up her family, (sniff) this montage is one giant homage to GAA Ma's everywhere.

 

They stand by the sidelines, they brave the cold week after week and they make sure the kit is pitch-ready. These are the mums that shout the loudest, and will always be their child's biggest champion, no matter what.

 

Today, we are celebrating this relationship - we are highlighting this bond sport can bring to families and....well, just watch this video and you will know exactly what we mean!

 

(Don't forget the tissues!)

 

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