Dublin are waking up as the TG4 Ladies All Ireland champions.
Their 7 year wait for All Ireland glory came to an end on Sunday.
After losing finals in 2014, 2015 and 2016 to Cork the Girls in Blue finally experienced success on the biggest stage in ladies football.
They beat Mayo by 4-11 to 0-11 in front of a record attendance of over 46,286.
The Brendan Martin Cup will have company this winter in the capital, it'll take pride of place alongside Sam Maguire.
It was also a special day for two siblings who won All Ireland medals within a week of each other.
Jack McCaffrey pocketed a Celtic Cross after Dublin's victory over Mayo last week, his sister Sarah returned home to Clontarf last night as an All Ireland champion too.
Sinead Goldrick says lifting the Brendan Martin Cup meant everything to her:
“I’m just delighted especially after the last three years. It’s a lonely place after you lose the All Ireland final.
“This feeling is something you need to put effort in for, you need to work hard.
“I think I was out for the majority of the league but I think that was a good thing, I took a step back and could see the amount of effort that our team were putting in.
“I had huge admiration and respect, when you’re involved you don’t see how hard everyone is working and the effort the management team are putting in.
“Mick and his management told us to play with freedom and in the last 10 minutes we took our shacked off, we’ve 32 people in our panel and every single one contributed today.
“We’ve a white line mentality and we wanted to go out there and showcase ladies gaelic football and the crowd were there, hopefully there’ll be young players girls and boys will see that and want to start playing gaelic football and represent their county.”