Bernard Brogan makes Dublin comeback to rapturous applause at Croke Park

The star forward suffered a cruciate ligament injury earlier this year

Bernard Brogan

Bernard Brogan has made his long awaited return to the pitch in Dublin’s Super 8 match against Roscommon in Croke Park.

Bernard, who welcomed twin boys with his wife Keira just last month, has been out of action for the Boys in Blue since suffering a devastating cruciate ligament injury before the Championship season began.

The five time All-Ireland medal winner came on to the Croke Park pitch as a second half temporary substitute during Dublin’s facile win against the Rossies, and the supporters were delighted to welcome their hero back.


The Dubliner was met with huge applause, as well as a standing ovation from the 33000 strong crowd as the sun shone down in the stadium this afternoon, and his return has fans across the country over the moon.

It’s great to see Bernard back on blue!

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