CORK goalkeeper Aoife Murray has hailed the efforts of Cork's two injury-time heroes to even make it onto Croke Park for Sunday's Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Final.
Here are the players that stood out for us in yesterday's Croke Park triple header...
RTÉ's viewing figures for yesterday's All-Ireland camogie final were up a whopping 60,000 on last year.
A 22-year wait came to an end for Pamela Greville yesterday when Westmeath were crowned All-Ireland junior 'premier' camogie champions.
The victorious Cork camogie team paid a visit to Our Lady's Children's Hospital in Crumlin this morning with the O'Duffy Cup.
Ann Downey wasn't making any excuses after Kilkenny were relieved of the O'Duffy Cup by Cork.
It was the turn of the All-Ireland camogie finals to take centre stage over the weekend...
"I was just thinking, 'find a step or so and just get it over the bar'. I wasn't really thinking. I was just going on instinct."
CORK reserved their best performance of the past 12 months to record an extraordinary victory over champions Kilkenny and move past Dublin on the roll of honour with 27 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championships
Super-sub Julia White could hardly contain her delight after her last-gasp point handed Cork a record 27th All-Ireland senior camogie title.
Rena Buckley won her 18th All-Ireland senior medal after captaining Cork to a dramatic O'Duffy Cup victory over Kilkenny at Croke Park this afternoon.
There was a controversial ending to this afternoon's All-Ireland intermediate camogie final when referee Liz Dempsey blew her final whistle as Meath's Megan Tynne was about to score the winning point against Cork.
Meath have announced their team to take on Cork in the All Ireland Intermediate Camogie Championship final.
Dublin has named the same 15 that beat Kerry in the semi final for Sunday's Liberty Insurance All-Ireland final against Westmeath.
Holders Kilkenny have named an unchanged team for tomorrow's All-Ireland senior camogie final clash versus Cork at Croke Park.
With so many of the players having lost three All-Ireland Finals themselves and Kilkenny gone 22 years without a title, there were some that wondered whether the enormity of finally crossing the line last term and the celebrations that would inevitably follow would dull the appetite of the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie champions.
"Fr.Murphy's camogie and ladies football club would like to congratulate two of their former football captains Sinead Daly and Sinead White on there recent weddings
A knee injury has ruled Gemma O'Connor out of the Cork starting XV for Sunday's All-Ireland senior camogie final against Kilkenny.
MEATH stalwart Kristina Troy almost took this year out after nearly a decade of commitment to the county's Camogie side.
Sunday sees the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Camogie Championship Finals take place at Croke Park, as holders Kilkenny and Cork meet in the senior decider for the third time in four years.
It has been a breakthrough year for Dublin Camogie, with the Seniors, Minors and U16s reaching the last four of their respective Championships.