Stephen Cluxton and his wife Jo have joined the huge number of GAA volunteers out assisting the elderly and vulnerable during the Covid-19 emergency.
GAA clubs around the country are helping those in need who are cocooning and can't get out to purchase shopping or other essentials.
Parnells GAA in Dublin gave a shout out to all their volunteers who are out assisting and among them was Dublin All-Ireland winning captain Stephen Cluxton and his wife Jo.
It's hard to think of many other sports where one of the most acclaimed and highly decorated stars would be out pushing a trolley around a supermarket to help the vulnerable in their community.
It makes you proud to be part of the GAA.
The volume of requests from the elderly and vulnerable in our community is growing but so is our team of volunteers. The Cluxtons were delighted to help today. Pls contact Natalie Supervalu Northside on 0851585635 if you require shopping assistance @SuperValuIRL#ManyHandsHelp pic.twitter.com/Lgh1WZhbz4— ParnellsGAA (@ParnellsGAA) April 7, 2020
Some more great pics of our volunteers out in force yesterday!! @SuperValuIRL Senior football manager Jimmy McGrane, GPO Colly McDonald and his partner Nicole & the O'Sheas (Ryan and Dad Martin)#UpTheNells #HereToHelp pic.twitter.com/DIvopCqMcY— ParnellsGAA (@ParnellsGAA) April 8, 2020