Judge Brett Kavanaugh, the man at the center of the Supreme Court drama, played Gaelic football on summer weekends in 1982, his now famous calendars reveal.

On May 8 of that year, Kavanaugh notes down “Gaelic football” as his activity for that day starting at 11.a.m

His weekend activities have become a major focus of all the he-said/she-said drama currently gripping Washington.

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If confirmed for the Supreme Court, he would certainly be the first ever to play Ireland's ancient game.

Washington was a hothouse for Gaelic football in the period with senior, junior and juvenile teams.

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Co-ed Gaelic football and hurling for younger players was a feature of the GAA scene that continues to this very day.

Washington Gaels is the local GAA team and it is likely that Irish-American Kavanaugh, who played basketball and football as well as Gaelic football, was a member of their juvenile teams.

He is the son of Martha Murphy and Edward Kavanagh so the Irish roots run deep.

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Judge Brett Kavanaugh testifies to the Senate Judiciary Committee during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing in the Dirksen Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill September 27, 2018, in Washington, DC. Win McNamee/Getty Images