Rena Buckley became the most accomplished player in GAA history on Sunday when she captained Cork to a 27th All-Ireland Camogie championship.
The Rebels one-point win over Kilkenny earned Buckley her 18th All-Ireland medal as the Cork full-back overtook fellow dual star Briege Corkery as the GAA's most decorated player.
Sunday's win also saw Buckley become the first woman ever to captain a Camogie and intercounty team to All-Ireland success after helped guide the Cork ladies football team to All-Ireland glory in 2012.
The Rebels won Sunday's final with the Cats thanks to a last-gasp point from substitute Julia White who said that her match-winning point was 'the best feeling in the world'.
"I was just thinking, 'find a step or so and just get it over the bar'," White told RTÉ Sport.
"I wasn't really thinking. I was just going on instinct.
"It was the best feeling in the world. I couldn't believe it. I was trying to get back again then because (the referee) didn't look like he was going to blow it up any time soon."