The Aston Villa and English playmaker Jack Grealish has public come out in support of his local GAA club as they hope to save it from a relief road been run right through its pitches.
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‘As a boy I spent many happy years playing Gaelic football in Pairc na hÉireann, “The skills I learned and the encouragement I received helped me become the player I am today.”
“Warwickshire GAA is at the forefront of making sure everyone from all backgrounds has the chance to play and participate. I fully support the campaign to save Pairc na hÉireann.”
Jack Grealish of course played with Ireland at underage and comes from the midlands in England with a big Irish connection.
— Official Warwickshire GAA (@warwickshireclg) July 30, 2021