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Saturday 18 November 2017

Irish rugby stars line out for homeless

Ireland rugby players, Paul O'Connell and Rob Kearney with volunteer, Clodagh Shortall on a visit to the Capuchin Day Centre to help pack christmas hampers. Pic. Damien Eagers.
Ireland rugby players, Paul O'Connell and Rob Kearney with volunteer, Clodagh Shortall on a visit to the Capuchin Day Centre to help pack christmas hampers. Pic. Damien Eagers.
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Ireland rugby players lined out to help the homeless at the Capuchin Day Centre in Dublin yesterday.

Players, including Paul O’Connell and Rob Kearney – pictured left with volunteer, Clodagh Shortall – helped to pack Christmas food hampers for the homeless and the needy.

Other players involved included Simon Zebo, Jamie Heaslip and Tommy Bowe, as well as coach Joe Schmidt.

Paul also presented a signed jersey to the head of the centre, Brother Kevin Crowley.

Irish Independent

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