Jordan Larmour – DSC Ambassador
Jordan Larmour is a professional rugby player who currently plays with Leinster and Irish Rugby. Known for his fast feet and acceleration, Jordan has become a household name in Irish rugby since joining the senior squads of Leinster and Ireland in 2018 where he won a Grand Slam 6 Nations title, a Guinness Pro14 title and a Champions Cup. Following this success, Jordan was recognised in winning various young/breakthrough player of the year awards and looks to build on these over the coming years. At 24, Jordan still has a huge career ahead of him and will be seeking to win many titles with Leinster and Ireland over the next few seasons.
Becoming an ambassador for the Down Syndrome Centre is something that Jordan is very proud of. The connection that Jordan has with the centre goes back years through his parents and from his St. Andrew’s College and Monkstown Hockey days with the Gaws. Jordan will be looking to use his name and platform to promote and highlight the centre and the great work that they do to provide much needed services for children with Down syndrome.