If, like Paul Kimmage, you are tired of Jim Gavin's passive approach to celebrating great success, then perhaps you have to look a bit deeper into the heart of the GAA to find what you're looking for.
And where is the heart of the GAA? Well, no better place to look than right in the heart of the country, and the Longford intermediate football championship.
Rathcline, as match winning goalscorer Ronan Clyne tells us, "don't win too often", so when they did, they knew how to celebrate.
Having beaten Sean Connolly's in a tightly-contested battle, the Lanesborough club were clearly delighted with their all too rare victory. All thoughts of "building on this success" and "focusing on next year" were put firmly on the back-burner.
It looks like the team had one hell of a night.
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As always with these celebrations, the just won cup is the centrepiece, passed around as the ultimate dance prop. Impressively, and to the delight of the club's treasurer hoping to avoid hefty county board fines, the lads appear to have restrained themselves from drinking form the cup, a tradition so storied, that many anti-craic county boards have put holes in the bottom of the trophies to stop such frivolous enjoyment.
No confirmation on whether such holes have been drilled in the Longford Intermediate Cup.
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