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sport news Zach Tuohy celebrates Geelong triumph with touching homage to his Irish and GAA ... trends now
sport news Zach Tuohy celebrates Geelong triumph with touching homage to his Irish and GAA ... trends now

sport news Zach Tuohy celebrates Geelong triumph with touching homage to his Irish and GAA ... trends now

Zach Tuohy celebrates Geelong triumph with touching homage to his roots as he becomes only the second Irishman to win an AFL Grand Final Zach Tuohy paid homage to his roots during the Grand Final celebrations The defender held up a Portlaoise GAA flag, the club he played for in Ireland He grew up in Portlaoise in County Laois and played for town and county teams The 32-year-old was recruited by Carlton and made his AFL debut in 2011 He signed for the Cats in 2017 and played in 2020 AFL Grand Final  REPORT: Geelong thrash Sydney by 81 points to end 11-year wait for the flag

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Zach Tuohy paid homage to his roots as he celebrated Geelong's Grand Final triumph against Sydney on Saturday.

The Irish star was spotted holding a green and white flag reading 'Come on the town' following the Cats' 20.13 (133) to 8.4 (52) shellacking of the Swans at the MCG.

The colours are those of Portlaoise GAA, the club Tuohy played for in the Republic of Ireland before making the switch to AFL in 2011.

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