New York GAA find themselves just one win away from a Connacht Senior Football Championship final after a dramatic victory over Leitrim in Gaelic Park last night.
Not only are they just one game away from a provincial final, should they beat Division 4 champions Sligo, they will also take part in the All- Ireland series this summer.
24 years after their first Connacht Championship appearance, they finally and deservedly found their first ever win in the competition last night.
Johnny McGeeney's side beat Andy Moran's outfit 2-0 on penalties after the sides were level at 0-15 a piece at the end of extra-time.
New York players celebrate after the magical win
A number of the panel took to social media to share pictures from the aftermath of their historic victory over in the Bronx.
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Eoghan Kerin, a member of the Galway senior football panel from 2016 to 2019, shared these pictures on his Instagram story straight after they booked their place in the semifinal of the Connacht Championship.
One of the star performers from New York v Leitrim was Connell Ahearne who came on at half-time and scored four points during the magical win.
The Meath native posted these pictures to his Instagram shortly after American-born Mike Brosnan slotted the decisive penalty in the shootout.
Ahearne also shared these pictures of him alongside teammates Daniel O'Sullivan and Eoghan Kerin.
Two players who were instrumental at the back during New York v Leitrim were Alan Campbell and Bill Maher. Full back Campbell shared this picture of him with the Kilsheelan native on his social media.
Maher's footballing CV now includes being part of New York's first senior championship win, Tipperary's first Munster senior football title in 85 years and Tipperary's first All-Ireland minor title in 77 years.
Another man who was vital in their quest for Championship glory was former Dublin footballer Shane Carthy. Three points from play, including this peach of a strike in extra-time showed the quality that New York have in their ranks.
Sensational score from @NewYorkGAA’s Shane Carthy sends it to extra-time in New York, what a game #GAA @GAAGO pic.twitter.com/rOhQ5qCEt2
— Seán Hussey (@SeanHussey00) April 8, 2023
Carthy shared these pictures to his Instagram during the celebrations at Gaelic Park.
With Roscommon, Mayo and Galway all on the opposite side of the Connacht Senior Championship draw and after beating a Leitrim side who caused their semifinal opponents Sligo trouble during the league campaign, Shane McGeeney will be quietly confident of taking New York to a first ever provincial title this season.