Thursday 16 August 2018

Irish rugby heroes visits children's hospitals around the country

Keith Earls visits the Children’s Ark at University Hospital Limerick today. Pictured with Tadgh Joyce McCarthy, age 2, from Ennis, Clare. Picture: Brian Arthur
Keith Earls visits the Children’s Ark at University Hospital Limerick today. Pictured with Tadgh Joyce McCarthy, age 2, from Ennis, Clare. Picture: Brian Arthur
Members of the Irish rugby team visited sick children and their families at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin. Pictured is nine-year-old Cian Hennessy from Togher, Cork, with Irish Rugby players, from left, Cian Healy, Joey Carbery, Rob Kearney and Sean Cronin. Picture: Mark Stedman
Members of the Irish rugby team visited sick children and their families at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin. Pictured is 4-year-old Toby McEntee from Cellbridge, Kildare with Irish Rugby players, from left, Cian Healy, Joey Carbery, Rob Kearney and Sean Cronin. Picture: Mark Stedman
Members of the Irish rugby team visited sick children and their families at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin. Pictured is nine-year-old Cian Hennessy from Togher, Cork, with Irish Rugby players, from left, Cian Healy, Joey Carbery, Rob Kearney and Sean Cronin. Picture: Mark Stedman
Keith Earls visits the Children’s Ark at University Hospital Limerick. Pictured with Roisin O'Carroll, age 15. from Foynes, Limerick. Picture: Brian Arthur
Keith Earls visits the Children’s Ark at University Hospital Limerick today. Pictured with Mark Ruddle, age 13, from Croom, Limerick. Picture: Brian Arthur
Keith Earls visits the Children’s Ark at University Hospital Limerick. Pictured with Jessie Walsh-Titley, age 4, from Quin, Co. Clare. Picture: Brian Arthur
Members of the Irish rugby team visited sick children and their families at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin. Pictured is nine-year-old Harry Cahill from Maynooth, Kildare, with Irish Rugby players, from left, Cian Healy, Joey Carbery, Rob Kearney and Sean Cronin. Picture: Mark Stedman
Members of the Irish rugby team visited sick children and their families at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin. Pictured is nine-year-old Harry Cahill from Maynooth, Kildare, with Irish Rugby players, from left, Cian Healy, Joey Carbery, Rob Kearney and Sean Cronin. Picture: Mark Stedman
Members of the Irish rugby team visited sick children and their families at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin. Pictured is 4-year-old Toby McEntee from Cellbridge, Kildare, with Irish rugby players Cian Healy, Joey Carbery, Rob Kearney and Sean Cronin. Picture: Mark Stedman
Keith Earls visits the Children’s Ark at University Hospital Limerick today. Pictured with Rory Pender, age 8, from Kildysart, Co. Clare. Picture: Brian Arthur
Members of the Irish rugby team visited sick children and their families at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin. Pictured is 13-year-old Jamie Collins from Malahide with Irish rugby players Cian Healy, Joey Carbery, Rob Kearney and Sean Cronin. Picture: Mark Stedman
Keith Earls visits the Children’s Ark at University Hospital Limerick today. Pictured with Siluni Wasala, age 7, from Castletroy, Limerick, with music therapy student Katie Fitzpatrick of University of Limerick. Picture: Brian Arthur
Keith Earls visits the Children’s Ark at University Hospital Limerick today. Pictured with Conor Moran (age 5 months) from Foynes, Limerick. Picture: Brian Arthur
Keith Earls visits the Children’s Ark at University Hospital Limerick today. Pictured with Siluni Wasala, age 7, from Castletroy, Limerick, with music therapy student Katie Fitzpatrick of University of Limerick. Picture: Brian Arthur
Keith Earls visits the Children’s Ark at University Hospital Limerick today. Pictured with Lauren Tuohy, age 11, from Kilkishen, Co Clare. Picture: Brian Arthur
Members of the Irish rugby team visited sick children and their families at Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin. Pictured is nine-year-old Cian Hennessy from Togher, Cork, with Irish Rugby players, from left, Cian Healy, Joey Carbery, Rob Kearney and Sean Cronin. Picture: Mark Stedman

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