The Spoken Irish of Rann na Feirste
This resource might be useful for anyone who's got an intermediate level of Irish and wants to listen to native speakers, or someone who has an advanced level of Irish but has never really listened to speakers from Ulster.
He spent some time in Rann na Feirste recording old stories and has put 50+ of them up with audio and text.
I have to say I'm impressed that you got the right pronoun there! Most learners would just default to é.
This is perfect. It's spoken at a great pace too, I can actually make out each word.