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32 counties, a whole lot of GAA stars and 5 charities benefit in this great sports travel video

It was all in aid of the Irish Cancer Society and the five official GAA charities of 2014.

JOHN MULLANE, CIARAN Kilkenny, Johnny Buckley, Aidan O’Shea, Noel McGrath, Walter Walsh and Brian Hurley are some of the GAA stars who featured in a unique fundraising video for the Irish Cancer Society and the five selected charities of the GAA in 2014.

Last October, eight lads from Carlow headed around Ireland in a camper van aiming to travel to all 32 counties in an attempt to raise funds.

They visited a landmark and met prominent GAA players in each county, and have now produced the brilliant final video documenting their travels.

Source: Paul Mac Uileagoid/YouTube

It was all for a great cause and here’s the full list of players who pitched in to help out.

Hugh Paddy O’Byrne (Carlow)
Matthew O’Hanlon (Wexford)
Conor McGraynor (Wicklow)
Kildare camogie team
Stephen Attride & Kieran Lillis (Laois)
Walter Walsh (Kilkenny)

Source: YouTube Screengrab

John Mullane (Waterford)
Noel McGrath (Tipperary)
Brian Hurley (Cork)
Johnny Buckley (Kerry)

Source: YouTube Screengrab

Paudie Browne (Limerick)
Patrick Kelly (Clare)
Padraig Breheny (Galway)
Aidan O’Shea & Alan Freeman (Mayo)
Enda & Donie Smith (Roscommon)

Source: YouTube Screengrab

Emlyn Mulligan & Áine Tighe (Leitrim)
Pat Hughes (Sligo)
Luke Kearney (Donegal)
Matty Donnelly & Damien Casey (Tyrone)
Breandán Quigley (Derry)
Neil McManus (Antrim)
Crossmaglen Rangers squad (Armagh)

Source: YouTube Screengrab

Martin McElroy (Monaghan)
Claragh O’Reilly & James McEnroe (Cavan)
Michael Quinn (Longford)
Alan Mulhall (Offaly)
Ger Egan (Westmeath)
Mickey Burke & James Toher (Meath)
Ciarán Kilkenny (Dublin)

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