It's day two of the Balls.ie Irish sports beards bracket extravaganza!
Well done who all those who made it through the first round of yesterday's beard bracket. To those who didn't, you need to take a long, hard look at yourself. Today it's the quarter-final stage and after these votes are counted we will be left with just one representative from each sport.
Beat of look to all involved.
Quarter Final 1 - Roy Keane v Cillian Sheridan
Roy Keane have the most famous beard in the entire bracket but he faces tough opposition today in the facial hair of one Cillian Sheridan.
Sheridan was the most convincing winner of all the round one bouts yesterday, and it's easy to see why given his glorious cheek curtains.
Glorious Sheridan's curtains may be but Keane's offering was not without its charm.
Quarter Final 2- Gordon D'Arcy v Aled Walters
The toughest quarter-final to call, it's Leinster v Munster as D'Arcy faces down Walters.
'Warm' and 'distinguished.' These are two words one would when describing the D'Arcy beard. Unfortunately 'gone' is another.
Walter's on the other hand is as wild as they come. The daddy of all beards, some might say.
Quarter Final 3 - Paul Galvin v Cathal Cregg
They had the craic about it on Twitter yesterday but when the votes were counted it was Paul Galvin who came out ahead of Colm Parkinson. His reward? A quarter-final against Roscommon man Cathal Cregg.
Galvin earns bonus points for the fact that, unlike Cregg, he still has his chin furniture.
Although Cregg's was great while it lasted.
Quarter Final 4 - Conor McGregor v Zach Tuohy
The final quarter-final sees UFC and AFL finally come head-to-head. What we've all been waiting for!
Conor McGregor disposed of rival Sheamus yesterday but will find it tougher to get past Tuohy today.
Tuohy has come from Australia like a man possessed. You cant tell he really wants this best beard title.