The people of Wexford love their hurling so much that they're even using hurleys to practice social distancing.
Healthcare professionals say that keeping a distance of two metres (or six feet) between you and another person can help slow the spread of Covid-19.
Supermarkets and local businesses are improvising ways to ensure the health and safety of customers and staff but Tesco in Wexford have created something different.
A card machine taped to a hurley.
Good thing it's tap and go!
In the absence of #GAA matches, @bwalshhurleys are being used to accomodate #SocialDistancing as the country battles #COVID19!— Allianz DubMatchTracker (@DubMatchTracker) March 20, 2020
Everyone needs to do their bit & remember to #WashYourHands pic.twitter.com/tRuh986GdR
To the 74 people that have sent me the photo of Tesco Wexford sellotaping their card machine to a hurl...— Siobhán Doyle (@thekickart) March 22, 2020
... in Wexford we sellotape everything to a hurl. It's the most ambidextrous of sports equipment. pic.twitter.com/3lvdCTrNnY