The influx of talented GAA players into the Dublin club scene doesn't look like it's going to slow down anytime soon.
The three-time Kerry football All-Star Paul Galvin looks like he is the latest to be on the move, after it was rumoured he had applied to join Kilmacud Crokes.
Sources in Kerry tell me that Dublin hurling is about to be Galvinised. Paul Galvin applies to join Kilmacud Crokes. #GAA
— MáireT (@MaireTNC) May 18, 2016
While Galvin and Crokes are perhaps more known for football - it's believed that Galvin will solely be playing hurling for Crokes, according to Newstalk's Oisin Langan.
Galvin is a talented hurler, and had lead his club Lixnaw to county titles three times.
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