At 2:35pm today on TG4 and here on Balls.ie, you can catch, in full, the 1991 All-Ireland football final between Down and Meath.
The game saw Down take Sam Maguire to Ulster for the first time since they'd last won the All-Ireland 23 years earlier.
Down had beaten Kerry in the semi-final and Meath had overcome Roscommon.
For Meath, it would be their second All-Ireland final defeat on the bounce.
The two teams lined out as follows:
Down: N Collins; B McKernan, C Deegan, P Higgins; P O’Rourke (c), J Kelly, DJ Kane; B Breen, E Burns; R Carr, G Blaney, G Mason; M Linden, P Withnell, J McCartan.
Meath: M McQuillan; B Reilly, M Lyons, T Ferguson; K Foley, L Harnan, M O’Connell; L Hayes (c), G McEntee; D Beggy, T Dowd, C Coyle; P.J Gillic, B Stafford, B Flynn
This weekend is the final one before the return on live GAA action. This Friday on TG4, you can watch St Martins v Oulart The Ballagh in the Wexford SHC. That will be followed a week today by Kilmacud Crokes vs Ballyboden St Enda's in the Dublin SHC.
Picture credit; David Maher / SPORTSFILE