Taking his place in a glorious Croke Park dynasty

Mark Gallagher
October 2017
Mail on Sunday;10/8/2017, p54
DEAN ROCK'S last-minute free to win the All-Ireland final stands as the moment of the 2017 football Championship and will enshrine him forever in the folklore of Dublin football - and Croke Park itself. But it is not the first member of his family to be eternally associated with the famous institution on Jones' Road. His family's links with GAA headquarters go back into the mists of time.


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