WATCH: Some of Ireland’s best sports stars in Elvery’s campaign video

Where passions unite video

Check out this video by Elverys in their new ‘Where Passions Unite’ campaign which features some of Ireland’s best sports stars such as Ireland Rugby Players Tadhg Furlong and Garry Ringrose, Tipperary Hurler Michael Quinlivan, Mayo footballers David Clarke and Sarah Rowe and Connacht Rugby’s Bundee Aki.

Each player was asked ‘what unites people in sport?’ Check out the video for the answers.

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Where Passions Unite | Intersport Elverys

Some of Ireland’s best-known Rugby and GAA stars were asked what unites people in sport.Here's what they said. #WherePassionsUnite

Posted by Intersport Elverys on Friday, June 9, 2017

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