Eddie Brennan celebrates with Kilkenny club championship win.
Laois GAA's new hurling manager and Kilkenny legend rolled back the years last Sunday and celebrated in a similar fashion to scoring goals in Corke Park when his club Graigue-Ballycallan won the Kilkenny Hurling Intermediate Final.
Taking a leaf out of the Kilkenny playbook he was part of a big comeback to defeat Tullaroan at the tender age of 40.
An emotional @NedzerB13 speaks to #GAABEO after his Graigue - Ballycallan side came back from behind to beat Tullaroan in the Kilkenny Intermediate Hurling Final. #GAA #GAABEO #TG4 @ballsdotie @The42_ie @SportsJOEdotie pic.twitter.com/UmeqQNF8vk— GAA BEO TG4 (@GAA_BEO) October 30, 2018
Interviewed afterwards he was asked if he would juggle running the Laois team with playing senior hurling with his club next year in Kilkenny.
"I don’t know, I don’t know… I have to be fair because I’ve made a commitment to Laois. Whatever I do it’ll be a balancing act and I wouldn’t be able to do it without the great support I get at home from my wife Olivia," he said.
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