Ireland's under-20 World Cup in Nigeria back in 1999 was perhaps best summed up by Richie Sadlier on Second Captains back in June 2014.
Describing how Irish players had become fed up with attempting to putt a golf ball into an empty Ribena bottle to keep themselves occupied, Sadlier recounted arguably the most harrowing tale in the history of Irish sport:
There was one afternoon where there was seven of us in a bedroom. I'm not going to name any names and there was a suggestion by someone, I don't know how to phrase this - 'why don't we have a competition where we pleasure ourselves and the fella who can complete the job first is the winner. So we all reacted the way you're reacting now.
We all laughed and said well this fella is nuts. We were trying to work it out and he's actually suggesting what we think he is.
Myself and another fella left, because it appeared this is actually going to happen. And it did, five lads competed with one another.
Jesus Christ almighty. Here are 19 photographs of one of the most mental tournaments in living memory: