Once again, Michael Lyster was with the Dublin team for the post-All-Ireland final celebrations as Jim Gavin's side secured a fourth title in-a-row versus Tyrone. It was while attending this event that Jim Gavin and Stephen Cluxton paid tribute to the RTE broadcaster.
Today is Lyster's last hoorah as he makes for the exit. After 77 All-Ireland finals, the presenter is retiring from the role.
Dublin captain Stephen Cluxton paid tribute to the Galway man during their interview from the Gibson Hotel before Jim Gavin presented him with today's match ball, signed by the entire Dublin squad.
I just want to wish you the best of luck in your retirement. You have been an absolute smashing man, a great broadcaster. You have given some great days to GAA supporters and further afield. Best of luck.
Jim Gavin and Stephen Cluxton present Michael Lyster with a special signed football on behalf of the Dubs - and on behalf of the many, many All-Ireland-winning teams the man himself has witnessed through the years #RTEgaa pic.twitter.com/9VUyVg1zYk
— The Sunday Game (@TheSundayGame) September 2, 2018
RTE paid tribute to Lyster earlier today as well, with a montage aired after the game.