'His modelling days are over' - Fergus McFadden pokes fun at 'toothless' Sean Cronin
'Sean Cronin sacrificing a tooth for the cause' Leinster Rugby tweeted from their official account after their 22-17 win over the Exeter Chiefs on Saturday.
The win keeps Leinster on top of Pool 3 with four wins from four matches, but it did not come easy, with Johnny Sexton departing in the first two minutes wth a head injury, Ross Byrne coming off for a HIA and Cronin going home with less teeth than when he arrived at the Aviva Stadium.
Cronin is studying a bachelor of business studies degree at Griffith College Dublin, and he said in 2014 that he may look to transition into business, or perhaps health and performance or sports management after his playing career is over, but it appears modelling will not be a future career option, at least according to teammate Fergus McFadden.
The Leinster winger posted a picture of the pair on his Twitter account with the caption: "His Calvin Klein days are well and truly over. #Toothless ?"
His Calvin Klein days are well and truly over.#Toothless 🔵 pic.twitter.com/YJxLXJZ7wh
— Fergus McFadden (@fergmcfadden) December 17, 2017
Not to be discouraged, Cronin replied that he is holding out hope for a potential deal with Sergio Georginni, famously worn by David Brent.
I might have to settle for "Sergio Georginni"
— Sean Cronin (@SeanCronin2) December 17, 2017
When asked if Sean Cronin should have gone for a Head Injury Assessment after the hit he took in his attempted tackle on flanker Don Armand, Cullen said that Cronin received a 'bang in the tooth'.
"I didn't thinks so no because I think he got a bang in his tooth," said Cullen.
"He's missing his front tooth that's all it was, he needs a trip to the dentist more than anything else."