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Richie Hogan Returns To Crumlin Children's Hospital Where He Spent Many Nights

Richie Hogan Returns To Crumlin Children's Hospital Where He Spent Many Nights
By Conor Neville Updated

Richie Hogan was compelled to don a Dublin jersey on his return to Crumlin Children's Hospital. The hurler of the year met the children in the hospital and was presented with Dotsy O'Callaghan's jersey (we think) from the 2013 Leinster hurling final.

Hogan is a past patient of the hospital having suffered from ataxia as a child, a virus which attacks the nervous system. He spent many nights in a wheelchair as a result of the virus.

Thank GAA It's Friday returns for a Christmas special broadcast on St. Stephen's Day at 6.05pm on RTE2.

Richie Hogan - Thank GAA It's 2014 Christmas Special from Thank GAA It's Friday on Vimeo.

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