Tipp claim Munster Championship for the first time in 85 years.
It was certainly written in the stars.
It comes 100 years on from Bloody Sunday as the Tipp men wore memorial jerseys and took the title.
The final result was Tipperary 0-17 Cork 0-14 which gave them their first title since 1935.
Of course, Twitter exploded with the news.
A huge day, 85 years of a wait! We’ll be back online when we can take a breath! What a special special day #B100dySunday 💙💛
— Tipperary GAA (@TipperaryGAA) November 22, 2020
— Una Healy (@UnaHealy) November 22, 2020
A century ago, Tipperary footballer Michael Hogan was amongst 14 civilians killed on #B100dySunday.
Today, wearing jerseys commemorating their forebearers, the Tipp footballers claimed the Munster championship for the first time in 85 years.
Sometimes hope & history rhyme. pic.twitter.com/Iiaq9iROhj
— Embassy of Ireland USA (@IrelandEmbUSA) November 22, 2020
Proud Tipperary man. Delighted for all the football people in @TipperaryGAA and especially all the @moylerovers people. Generations of people over the years put so much into Tipperary football. The parents and others will have some party in heaven tonight. Hon Tipp 🇺🇦🇺🇦 in tears pic.twitter.com/Sk480nQ9Pa
— Brian O'Donnell. (@brianodonnell75) November 22, 2020
Incredible. 100 years on from Bloody Sunday.
Tipperary, wearing jerseys commemorating their forebears, are the Munster football champions for the first time in 85 years.
What a story.#GAA
— Richard Chambers (@newschambers) November 22, 2020
I think everyone was shouting for the Tipp footballers today! Munster Champions for the first tome in 85 years, and on the anniversary weekend of Bloody Sunday. Comhghairdeas mór libh 🙌🙌#BloodySunday100 pic.twitter.com/e27TWMD566
— Darren O’Rourke TD (@orourke_darren) November 22, 2020
It is just so refreshing to see this real, genuine, joyful emotion on the day of a final. And so many other counties wishing Tipp well. A day to remember. Hope the GAA take heed of the reaction.
— Anne-Marie (@am_flynn) November 22, 2020
Well done to the #Tipperary senior footballers @TipperaryGAA on winning the first Munster title since 1935 💫
You just did that for 2 teams -
The team of 2020 & the team of 1920 ✨#BloodySunday1920 #UpTipp #MichaelHogan 💙💛 #Tipp pic.twitter.com/yq6GetSY6X
— Rachel Pilkington (@RCPilkington) November 22, 2020