Well, that was an absolute joy.
'When Michael Met Davy,' the documentary about how 11-year old Michael O'Brien's was invited by Davy Fitzgerald to give an inspirational speech to the Wexford hurlers, has captivated the nation.
We laughed, we cried, and we enjoyed every second of it.
Michael's speech would come up trumps in the end, inspiring Wexford as they overcame early obstacles to steal the win against Tipperary.
Right from the off, viewers were prepared for tears.
When michael met Davy on @rte ... 2 mins in abs I'm crying already 😭💖
— Moll (@Maidykruss) August 5, 2019
Right. This is going well. Crying already. #WhenMichaelMetDavy
— Rebecca Boyle (@RebexB09) August 5, 2019
Flood warning in place in North Dublin as I bawl my eyes out watching #WhenMichaelMetDavy
— Siobhán Doyle (@thekickart) August 5, 2019
Once we were in the thick of it, every single viewer was inspired.
#WhenMichaelMetDavy A star in the making, made for the big screen. A bloody gas man.
— DJLinehan64 (@linny55) August 5, 2019
#WhenMichaelMetDavy proud to be watching this young Killarney man showing us all that anything is possible. A inspiration to us all.
— Padraig Harnett (@celticpadraig) August 5, 2019
What an inspirational young fella Michael O'Brien is, a powerful personality, 11 years old but years wiser - he's a son, brother, friend you could only be proud of #whenmichaelmetdavy
— Sue Gray (@wings852) August 5, 2019
There was plenty of compliments for his school, St. Oliver's, as well.
#WhenMichaelMetDavy what a cracking young fella Michael is! A passionate, articulate and capable child bursting with ambition. His visual impairment seems well supported in his school too. #GAA #seetheability
— Dr. Michelle McMahon (@DrMMcMahonEP) August 5, 2019
Fabulous documentary... what a special young Man. What a character.
His school and teachers are fantastic too. #whenmichaelmetdavy
— Donal Vaughan (@Donalvau) August 5, 2019
In tears watching the children singing Fight Song. #whenmichaelmetdavy
— Cathy Dillon (@cathydillon10) August 5, 2019
What a happy school that appears to be - and how great are the teachers? As for Michael, well, he's a superstar. #WhenMichaelMetDavy
— Philip Nolan (@philipnolan1) August 5, 2019
More than anything, we were just impressed by Michael's incredible knowledge of sport. He puts us all to shame.
#WhenMichaelMetDavy is some programme. To have that level of knowledge and passion for the game and know the ins and outs of games 40 years ago is incredible. What the principal said about being able to feel games as opposed to purely see them is so true.
— Bill Lahart (@BillLahart) August 5, 2019
What an unreal documentary! Such an inspirational young man. His passion is phenomenal! Talk about making the best of ur situation and living a normal life despite such a disability. Love the GAA and what it does for people in this country you cant but love it #WhenMichaelMetDavy
— Conor McGraynor (@ConorMcGraynor) August 5, 2019
As for that speech...
— Michelle Gallagher (@misseyshelly) August 5, 2019
— Michael Gallagher (@MickeyGallMO) August 5, 2019
Super programme inspirational stuff some man Michael #WhenMichaelMetDavy
— Dave Tyrrell (@davetwexford) August 5, 2019
❤️❤️ what a great young guy,
And a great speech #whenmichaelmetdavy
— Ciara Nash (@Kiks31) August 5, 2019
Hup to fuck! Dream and Believe. #whenmichaelmetdavy
— Bob. B. (@Oirisheye) August 5, 2019
Ah class stuff #WhenMichaelMetDavy
— Cian O Connor (@cianoconnor_4) August 5, 2019
The big days aren't finished for him yet. Croke Park have announced that he will be a special guest for this year's All-Ireland final. You know what, he deserves it.
'Dream Big' is Michael's motto and we couldn't agree more. We can't wait to welcome Michael to #CrokePark on All-Ireland Final day for the game and a VIP tour of the GAA Museum and Stadium. What a true inspiration he is to everyone! #WhenMichaelMetDavy pic.twitter.com/EM5vbfd3aN
— Croke Park (@CrokePark) August 5, 2019