Cork's Camogie team made history on Sunday, with a record-breaking 27th All-Ireland Final win, in Croke Park.
The Munster side defeated 2016 champions Kilkenny by a single point in a thrilling end to the match. Trailing by a point in the final minute of normal time, Cork would score two unanswered points to win the game by a point.
After losing their title last year to Kilkenny in surprising circumstances, the emotion post-match proved too much for some of the Cork players as the team won their third All-Ireland title in four years.
The emotion of her third All-Ireland proved to be too much for Ashling Thompson
There's always two sides to any post-match reactions
The past two years has seen both Cork and Kilkenny beat each other in the All-Ireland Final. Will be get their trilogy match next year?
The last two finals have been won by a combined total of five points. Let's hope there is a third match in 2018.
Photos by Piaras Ó Mídheach and Matt Browne / Sportsfile