In 1999, Ollie Murphy scored Meath's only goal as they defeated Cork in the All-Ireland Final.
The Carnaross corner-forward wrote his name into Meath folklore that day, and he added another chapter to it today.
On his 42nd birthday, Murphy scored 0-4 as Carnaross defeated Longwood in the Junior D Championship Final. The two-time All-Star played an hour of the match, before being substituted in Pairc Tailteann.
The man , the myth, the Murph pic.twitter.com/GX4c1FTuAv
— Carnaross GFC (@CarnarossGFC) October 15, 2017
The legendary Ollie Murphy hobbled off after inspiring Carnaross to the Junior D title after their 0-13 to 0-6 win over Longwood pic.twitter.com/rMWiJixRsz
— MeathChronicleSport (@MeathSports) October 15, 2017
It doesn't matter what age you are. The brain is always the last thing to go in an athlete and Murphy's on-pitch thoughts are clearly as good as they were in 1999.
Not many people get to celebrate their 42nd birthday in such an enjoyable way.