The days were everything you touch turns to gold are few and far between in sport, so when they come it's important to acknowledge them!
Tipperary hurler Mark Kehoe has had one of those days today!
The Kilsheelan man turned out for UCC in today's Fitzgibbon Cup final in Waterford, where they comprehensively did a number on fellow Munster college Marry Immaculate to claim third-level education hurling's biggest prize, only days after picking up the footballing equivalent, the Sigerson Cup.
On a day were the Leesiders strolled to a fourteen point win on a scoreline of 2-21 to 0-13, it was Kehoe's effort eight minutes into the first half that will have everyone talking about this game for a while to come yet.
The 20-year-old deservedly picked up Man of the Match. Take a bow son!