Diarmuid Connolly has picked up a Boston Senior Football Championship medal while on holidays in the States.
The five-time All-Ireland winner scored 12 points as his Donegal Boston side defeated Wolfe Tones by 0-17 to 1-12 at the Irish Cultural Centre in Canton.
It was a Donegal Boston side also featuring Connolly's St. Vincent's teammate Shane Carthy, Corofin and Galway's Liam Silke, Carlow's Brendan Murphy and Donegal's Michael Carroll.
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"Such a great bunch of lads," Donegal Boston captain Jason Noctor said in his post-match speech.
"Names they were coming out but you couldn't question the work of every single one of them who came here. The most humble bunch of lads I played with."
Connolly made the move the Boston back in June, joining the team managed by Buncrana man Padraic McLaughlin. The 31-year-old made just one appearance for Dublin this season, coming off the bench in a league game against Mayo in February.
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