Dr Crokes Legend Eoin Brosnan Calls Time On Senior Club Career

Dr Crokes Legend Eoin Brosnan Calls Time On Senior Club Career

Eoin Brosnan has announced that the weekend's All-Ireland Club Football Championship final was his last ever senior game for Dr Crokes.

The Killarney side lost the St Patrick's Day game heavily to reigning All-Ireland champions Corofin. Brosnan entered the action as a 52nd minute replacement for Daithí Casey.

Today's decision ends a 22-year senior club career and comes just over five years after he retired from inter-county football.

Brosnan won eight Kerry SFC titles with Crokes, his first coming in 2000. Last year's victory was Crokes' third Kerry county title in a row.


He was also part of the side which won the club's second All-Ireland title in 2017, adding to their 1992 win.

Dr Crokes selector Niall O'Callaghan said following Sunday's game that the management team will have a discussion with Colm Cooper regarding his future with their senior team.

Picture credit: Stephen McCarthy / SPORTSFILE

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