Dublin GAA star Bernard Brogan has revealed that a group of Dublin players took part in a freestyle dance-off during their celebrations after their All-Ireland football final win over Kerry.
The 31-year-old admitted that he organised the spontaneous dance competition between some of the Dublin squad as they celebrated their victory at the Quays Bar in Temple Bar.
“We had a big crowd of Ballymun lads there and another crowd from Summerhill, so I said right it’s a dance-off,” he said.
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“It was some craic, and Ballymun came out on top. It was all in, whatever you’ve got and leave it all out on the floor.
“It was phenomenal craic. That was the big one for us, the dance off,” he said on the Anton Savage Show on Today FM.
Bernard also revealed that it was looking at the cup that “kept them going” until all hours after a long day.
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“You’re running on empty and adrenaline at the end of the night but when you have that bit of tin (the Sam Maguire Cup) looking at you it keeps you going.”
Although it was the Cup that kept their spirits up, he hasn’t seen the famous trophy since Sunday night.
“I’m sure somebody has it – Jim [Gavin, Dubs manager] has it at the end of his bed, I’d say,” he added.