Dubs hero Brogan hands over King of the Hill crown to aspiring GAA stars
His GAA season is at an end, but Dublin star Bernard Brogan has been keeping up his fitness, with the help of some young footballers.
The 32-year-old was shown a thing or two by a local GAA team after they won a competition to have a training session with the forward star.
Brogan had put a call out to teams around the country to enjoy some one on one time with him via the 'King of the Hill' campaign.
The King crisps competition was won by Fiona Lawrence and the Under 10s team from Thomas Davis GAA Club in Tallaght.
Despite the chilly weather conditions, the team put Bernard through his paces as they showed off their football skills.
While Bernard may hail from rival club St Oliver Plunketts, he even enjoyed a pep talk with some young Boys in Blue fans.
It is a busy time for the three-time All Ireland winner who will walk down the aisle this Christmas.
Bernard will wed fiancee Keira Doyle on December 30 with an exclusive bash at Mount Juliet Hotel in Co Kilkenny.