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Here's your 'jockeys dressed as nuns' picture of the day

Top jockeys Ruby Walsh Paul Carberry got into the spirit of things ahead of Listowel’s record-breaking attempt on ‘Nunday’.

WHO AMONGST US doesn’t like kicking back at the weekend by pulling on a nun’s habit?

Top jockeys Ruby Walsh Paul Carberry got into the spirit of things ahead of Listowel’s record-breaking attempt on 30 June — otherwise known as ‘Nunday’.

The event will see nun impersonators from all over Ireland attempt to break the previous world record of 250 people dressed as nuns in the one place. These two racing greats will be there along with the likes of Listowel’s former AFL and GAA star Tadhg Kennelly.

Registration costs €20 and all participants will receive a nun’s outfit which complies with the official Guinness World Record guidelines. Registration is available online now here.

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