Irish Sporting Legends: Bernard Brogan

by Paul O'Flynn (author)

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The 2011 All-Ireland football final is considered one of the greatest matches of all time. Dublin beat Kerry to claim the Sam Maguire Cup, but the real hero of the day was Bernard Brogan, who scored a remarkable 6 points for his team. Bernard’s mother is from Co. Kerry, but that day even she was shouting for the Blues.

Bernard was always good at sport, playing hurling and football as a child and getting picked for the Dublin under-21s team. However, life wasn’t always easy. He suffered a bad knee injury that left him on the bench for two years. Through resilience and determination, he regained his fitness and got onto the Dublin senior panel, where he was instrumental in winning four All-Irelands in a row!

Now the Drive for Five is on, and Bernard is feeling the pressure. Can Dublin become the greatest football team ever, with Bernard their star player?

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Gill Books

Date published

September 5th, 2019

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  • 152 pages




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