The Daily Show
Friday 2 March 2012
A little boy's dream came true on Saturday when he helped police the Six Nations Ireland Vs Italy game at the Aviva Stadium.
Seven year old Dylan Steele, from Co. Laois - who suffers from Duchenne muscular dystrophy - got into his specially made uniform for his big day on the job and he is here with his report, please welcome newly recruited Garda Steele, Garda Carmody and Gard Steele's mother Paula.
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
Duchenne is the most common fatal genetic disorder diagnosed during early childhood, affecting approximately 1 out of every 3,500 boys and 20,000 babies born each year. Duchenne causes loss of muscle function and independence. There is currently no cure for Duchenne, but much research is currently underway to find an interim therapy that will help delay the progression of the disease until a cure is found.