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a thick and heavy shoe

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Dublin boss Pat Gilroy said: "It was a difficult situation for the three Brogans, they were very close to their grandfather and I think they showed incredible character.
Bernard's pass didn't connect with his brother initially, having been intercepted by Kalum King, but the Down midfielder fumbled the ball in front of goal, allowing the eldest Brogan to lash the ball to the net.
Paul Flynn struck for Dublin's goal in the 11th minute after a superb delivery from Alan Brogan, though they could have been out of sight by half-time had they been more clinical in front of goal with a miss from Denis Bastick the most glaring.
DUBLIN: S Cluxton; P McMahon, P Brogan, N Devereux; K Nolan, G Brennan, D Nelson; D Bastick; B Cahill (0-1); P Flynn (1-1), K McManamon, B Cullen (0-1); A Brogan (1-1), D Connolly (0-1), T Quinn (0-4, 0-3f).
BLUES BROTHERS Alan Brogan celebrates his late, late winner & Kalum King, left, can't watch THEY'RE WATCHING YOU HawkEye cameras in Croke Park THE BROTHERS GRIM Jedward provide entertainment
The West Dublin men chased the game late on but despite the presence of the Brogans and county star Jason Sherlock up front they couldn't conjure the goal they needed.
Trailing by three points with less than 10 minutes to go in this replay and unable to cope with the brilliance of Plunkett's star Bernard Brogan, Crokes looked destined to lose.
Amazingly, those goals were Crokes' only scores of the second half with Brogan stealing the show and hitting 0-10 overall in the performance of the championship.
It squared up the scores for the third time in the game but with Brogan giving county defender Paul Griffin a torrid time, Plunkett's were still good value to land the first ever title they craved.
The Brogan family are all well aware of the terrible secrets in their past, but the writers have decided to deliberately withhold this information from the rest of us.
David Morrissey plays Danny, the head of the Brogan family, with Tom Hardy as Meadowlands' feral handyman.
Nearly 30% of North Carolinians would support a total ban on all tobacco products, according to survey results released today by Brogan & Partners, a Raleigh marketing firm that conducts the statewide Brogan Survey.
North Carolinians surveyed seem to consider smoking more a nuisance than an imminent health threat," said Jim Tobin, partner at Brogan & Partners.
The Brogan Survey is a 600-sample, random digit dial North Carolina general population survey, stratified by geography, ethnicity and gender.
For more details about the Brogan survey, complete results and additional information about respondents, please visit the survey site at www.