Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?


Collins Ugochukwu on journey to GAA | soccer career | first Nigerian to play for Laois

Laois and Courtwood footballer Collins Ugochukwu joins Shane Stapleton for a one-to-one chat — including his journey from Nigeria to Kildare, and soccer to GAA.

Collins Ugochukwu, the first Nigerian-born player to play for Laois Senior Football, was at the launch of SuperValu’s #CommunityIncludesEveryone campaign. Now in their thirteenth year of supporting the GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, SuperValu is once again calling on each and every member of GAA communities across the country to do what they can to make their community more diverse and inclusive.

See Thursday’s full show and match reports via the OurGame Supporters Club for just €5 per month:

Alternatively, if you wish to support OurGame, you can also do so through PayPal:

LIVE CLUB FUNDRAISERS: Does your club need to run a fundraiser this year? Let OurGame do it for you with a live show — email for an information pack 💰💰💰💰


You May Also Like


🎓Coaching Clinic — see our latest events at the following link — For more exclusive content, why not join us at ➡️...


Shane & Michael discuss how to make the National Hurling League more attractive to the bigger counties. 🎓Coaching Clinic — see our latest events...


The lads preview this weekends Walsh Cup action 🎓Coaching Clinic — see our latest events at the following link — For more exclusive...


Laois footballer and DCU student Ross Bolger is over on trials in America as a placekicker for American College Football team. The Killeshin club...