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Well this is something you don’t see everyday

Garda O’Connell of Henry St Community Policing Unit playing keepy uppys with the Dominican Sisters at the Our Lady of Limerick Triduum and festival which was held from the 25th-27th May at the St Saviours Dominican Church, Glentworth Street, Limerick.

We’re not sure who won the competition but we’re sure it was a close call.

Video courtesy of An Garda Siochana – Cork, Kerry, & Limerick – Southern region on Facebook.

Well what can we say, this definitely isn't something you see everyday – Garda O'Connell of Henry St Community Policing Unit playing keepy uppy with the Dominican Sisters at the Our Lady of Limerick Triduum and festival which was held from the 25th-27th May at the St Saviours Dominican Church, Glentworth Street, Limerick. We're not sure who won this time, a rematch will have to be scheduled.

Posted by Garda Síochána – Cork, Kerry & Limerick – Southern Region on Wednesday, May 31, 2017

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