Dublin GAA hero Bernard Brogan has proved he is not just a star on the football pitch.
The two-time All-Ireland winner is now officially a qualified accountant after graduating this week.
The Oliver Plunketts club man was joined by his proud parents at the Chartered Accountants Awards ceremony in Dublin on Tuesday night.
The full-forward hit man celebrated the occasion alongside his parents Bernard Senior and Maria Brogan.
The 29-year-old, who scored 2-3 in last month's All-Ireland victory over Mayo, said he was just glad to make it over the line with his exams. Speaking about his academic achievement Bernard said it was "a long road, but I'm glad to come out the other end".
The footballer has no plans to set up an accountancy firm just yet. Instead he is concentrating on his sports consultancy firm, which he founded with business partner, cousin James Brogan and tax consultant David Clancy.
The aim of Legacy Sports and Entertainment Consultants is to advise up-and-coming GAA stars as well as guiding corporate investment in the industry.