Sean Curtin

09 Feb
2016

Paul O’Connell

We think the entire community is with us when we wish the legend that is Paul O’Connell a very happy and healthy retirement. We met Paul quite a bit on his journey and win lose or draw he was always a perfect gent, even after his career ending injury, always smiling for the camera.

A great ambassador for, Munster and Ireland, Pauls support for all causes in his home town was immense and truly humbling. We are quiet sure that this is only the start of a new chapter for the big man.

Heres a few images and videos we shot in the past year or so. All off the pitch

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An Taoiseach Enda Kenny chats to Ireland, Munsters and Limerick City of Culture board member Paul O’Connell

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Pauls work for Team Limerick Clean UP

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Ireland and Munster rugbys Paul O’Connell and Special Olympic Athlete Christine Delaney in Limerick.

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Paul O’Connell and his son Paddy after taking part in the UL Sport Kids Run

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Paul O’Connell Sculpture Shannon Airport

A moment which represents an iconic day when sport transcended politics - the 2007 victory for Ireland in an unforgettable clash with England in Croke Park, was unveiled in a stunning sculpture at Shannon Airport on Friday. The six metre piece, entitled "The day That Changed Ireland", by sculptor Paddy Campbell, captures a famous Irish lineout that saw rugby legend Paul O’Connell, raised by team-mates John Hayes and Donncha O’Callaghan

Sculptor Paddy Campbell, captures a famous Irish lineout that saw rugby legend Paul O’Connell, raised by team-mates John Hayes and Donncha O’Callaghan

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Dr. Paul O’Connell is pictured with his wife Emily, children, Lola, 1 and Paddy, 5 as he prepared for the conferring ceremony.

Thanks Big Man, A True Limerick Legend.

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