It's a historic day for Dublin GAA as the senior footballers claimed their fourth All Ireland title in a row after seeing off the challenge of Tyrone.
It finished 2-17 to 1-14 in Croke Park this afternoon, as the Boys in Blue dominated proceedings despite a shaky start.
Jim Gavin's charges have matched a GAA record in lifting Sam Maguire four years in a row.
Teams to complete such a feat include Wexford (1915-1918), Kerry (1929-1932) and Kerry once again (1978-1981).
Wicklow, Longford, Laois, Donegal, Roscommon, Galway and Tyrone (twice) all tried to dethrone Dublin in the Championship this year but to no avail.
They are All Ireland Senior Football Champions 2018.
All-Ireland SFC Final: ALL-IRELAND CHAMPIONS 2018!! ðŸ’™ðŸ†
Full time score -
Tyrone : 1-14(17)#DUBVTYR
— Dublin GAA (@DubGAAOfficial) September 2, 2018