10. Streakers invades Carlow v Meath and does pull-ups on the crossbar
This probably would have ranked much higher but nobody had the wherewithal to video this streaker's exploits. People of Carlow, let that be a lesson for the future!
— Cóilín Duffy (@coilinduffy) June 15, 2014
9. Joe Brolly gives up on life
Poor Joe just wanted to get his point across but Pat and Michael were having none of it.
8. Garda 1 Pitch Invader 0
The Kerry v Mayo semi-final replay was marred by pitch invaders but one couldn't help laugh as a Mayo fan received his just desserts when a Garda shoved him on arse after he tried confront the referee.
7. Rachel Wyse and Marty Morrissey star in the best ice bucket challenge of them all
It's all about Wyse's reaction.
6. Kieran Donaghy calls out Joe Brolly
'Well Joe Brolly what do you think of that!?'
5. The British reaction to Sky's first ever GAA match
The first of 1,375 British Twitter reactions happened what seems an eternity ago now, when Kilkenny and Offaly clashed in Sky's first live GAA match. These early adapters are no doubt seasoned hurling veterans at this stage.
4. These two buckos
There may be only two of the them in this Marty Morrissey RTÉ News report but there are thousands just like them dotted around the country. Their determination to keep the youngsters at bay and remain firmly in shot deserves immense credit.
3. The most mortifying huddle moment ever
Thomas Healy of Galway arrives late, tries to play it cool but we caught him.
2. Britain reacts to the Donegal team doctor getting landed on his arse
While we don't condone this nonsense of backroom staff getting involved in altercations with players we have to admit the British reaction to the Donegal v Armagh shemozzle was pretty damn funny.
Is this Irish Football on Sky for real? A medical staff just got floored by a player and the crowd were loving it! Are there any rules? #gaa
— Jonathan (@mrmack73) August 9, 2014
Watching my first 5 minutes of Gaelic football and I've seen a full on brawl and a physio getting punched. Series link is now on.
— Sim Mahon (@SimUKCricket) August 9, 2014
One of them even put forward the idea of Junior C football without realising there was such a thing as Junior C football.
1. Seamus Hickey's man of the match presentation
I'm not sure if this is the funniest or most bizzare moment but it's definitely something you don't see in GAA, or general sport for that matter, every day. Seamus Hickey of Limerick received his man of the match award after the All Ireland semi-final in the presence of a falcon.