Match commentary always sets the pulse racing when the commentator sounds like he's seated among the crowd rather than behind a pane of glass.
The Wicklow intermediate final gave us a humdinger of a finale as Arklow Geraldines-Ballymoney and Ballinacor chased a winning score. Arklow led by 0-11 to 0-10 when they gave up a penalty late in the day.
The commentator roared that it was a penalty before muttering to someone seated to his side, "it's a free, are you sure?"
He had it right the first time though. Ger Byrne slotted the penalty and the commentator roared "Ger Byrne has won this intermediate championship final for Ballinacor".
Only he hadn't. Despite Byrne's blatant foot trip - a stonewall black card if ever there was one - Arklow worked the ball up the pitch.
They horsed the ball into the full forward line where Ballinacor were disastrously and inexplicably short of numbers. The ball broke to Karl Kelly who drove it home from close range.
Nothing like the roar of the crowd drowning out a commentator to bring home the level of excitement in the ground.
Video comes courtesy of Wicklow People Sport.