With their coverage of this year's club championship, eir sport have won significant favour among the GAA's seemingly insatiable watching community.
Airing matches from all over the country, their first year involved with the club game has given many cause to forget the notion that hurling and football cease in September.
I love @eirSport coverage of club championship games. Making stars of club players.
— Damien Donohoe (@Damienpdonohoe) October 14, 2017
Fair play to @eirSport for starting to show club championship games from around the country. Very refreshing to watch good hurling on a sat.
— Ray Ryan (@rayryan6) September 30, 2017
After yesterday evening's breathless encounter between Cuala and Kilmacud Crokes in Dublin's senior hurling final, today one can witness the Kilkenny equivalent playing out.
While some may argue that televised coverage of the games may detract some people from potentially attending the match, the reality is that such coverage only goes to remind far more viewers of the quality that is on show across the country.
On Bank Holiday Monday, eir sport will screen one of the most highly-anticipated games of the club calendar; the Dublin senior football final.
Contested between the holders St. Vincent's and Ballymun Kickhams, Diarmuid Connolly, Dean Rock, Philly McMahon, James McCarthy and Ger Brennan are just some of the names on show.
Determining the outstanding club within football's most dominant county, eir have released a suitably fitting promo-video to boot.
If you find yourself in Dublin on Monday evening, make your way to Parnell Park. If not, eir sport will have you have covered, and, if this video doesn't get you excited for tomorrow's final, nothing will.
— Ballymun Kickhams (@BallymunGAA) October 28, 2017