Tipperary hurler returns home
08 Dec, 2012
Lorrha native Tony Hogan is home after being injured in London
A Tipperary hurler who was injured in an accident in London last July has returned home.
Lorrha native, Tony Hogan was hit by a black cab as he left the Irish-owned Swans pub in Stockwell on July 27th after a night out with his teammates from the Pearse Brothers Hurling club in London.
After being treated for his injuries at Denmark Hill hopital and St. Mary's in Paddington, he has come home to his native county in time for Christmas.
It is the first time he has been home since the accident.
Tony was a member of this year's London hurling team that captured the Christy Ring Cup.