Dublin continued their dominance of the Leinster Senior Football Championship as they claimed their ninth Leinster title in a row on Sunday.
Jim Gavin's men barely broke a sweat en route to the final with a 5-21 to 0-10 demolition of Louth in the quarter-finals before beating Kildare 0-26 to 0-11 in the semi-final.
Meath held Dublin to just a 0-5 to 0-1 lead at half-time in the final at the weekend but the Dubs pulled away, winning easily by a score of 1-17 to 0-4 in the end to lift the Delaney Cup for the 14th time in 15 years.
The manner in which Stephen Cluxton's charges once more breezed through Leinster - with an average winning margin of 19 points this year - means the debate over how to stop the All-Ireland champions has risen yet again.
The capital's superior funding means many believe that the only solution is to split the county into two. Without that, can anyone in Leinster stop their progress? Do you think you could be up to the task?
We've put together a little game to see if you can break Dublin's streak of nine Leinster titles on the bounce.
Pick your county, your tactics and answer all of the questions below to try and end the Dubs' dominance over the province.
Good luck! You're going to need it.