A host of GAA players have taken to social media urging everyone in Ireland to play their part in the fight against Covid-19.
Big names in Gaelic Games such as Bernard Brogan (Dublin), Orla Finn (Cork), David Cifford (Kerry), Oisin McKiernan (Cavan), Kevin McKernan (Down), Aidan O'Shea (Mayo), Eoin Murphy (Kilkenny), Kevin Feely (Kildare), Austin Gleeson (Waterford) and Cillian O'Sullivan (Meath) have sent videos out letting people know that everyone has a role to play in the current emergency.
It is a brilliant initiative by the players, the GAA and GPA. Well done to all.
By staying apart, we can work together and make a real difference against this new rival. This game will be played at home and we need to stay at home. Be part of this winning home team and use your voice to make a difference to the supporting crowd.— David Clifford (@davidcliff13) March 17, 2020
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The next couple of weeks are going to have a huge bearing on how much the COVID-19 virus will effect our families, our friends and our country. We need to help our health care workers out by listening to advice!! #ItsInOurHands #COVID19 @HSELive @gaelicplayers @WaterfordGAA pic.twitter.com/RR1Tt9KZFo— AussieGleeson (@AussieGleeson) March 17, 2020