An exciting weekend of football and hurling championship lived up to its billing as some upsets along the way would set Twitter ablaze.
Heartwarming by Tipperary. Talk about honouring Michael Hogan and all involved in that tragic day 100 years ago. Well done David Power, masterstoke getting @colin_oriordan back, my man of the match. Casey and O’Brien huge at midfield. Sweeney and Quinlivan were outstanding. #gaa— Kieran Donaghy (@starryboy14) November 22, 2020
I’m not crying... Definitely not crying! https://t.co/AC8J3iGS4x— Conor Moynagh (@ConorMoynagh) November 22, 2020
A truly amazing day. Thank you for the many messages, calls & well wishes to @TipperaryGAA and @TippfootballGAA. It is much appreciated & we are so proud of our lads and everyone involved. Time to reflect on what was achieved today and look ahead to an All Ireland semi final 💙💛 https://t.co/9Blmpk0oOu— Tipperary GAA (@TipperaryGAA) November 22, 2020
We are SO proud and happy for our man @colin_oriordan 👏— Sydney Swans (@sydneyswans) November 22, 2020
Congrats to his side @TipperaryGAA on lifting the trophy as @MunsterGAA Champions for the first time in 85 years! 🏆 🇮🇪 https://t.co/Faayd2rpfg
The Kildare Senior Hurling team pay their respects to the 14 victims of #B100dySunday pic.twitter.com/rNeGZQLkD2— Kildare GAA (@KildareGAA) November 22, 2020
Some 24 hours.— Roy Curtis (@RoyCurtis68) November 22, 2020
Cavan injecting euphoria into Breffni life.
Stephen Cluxton laying a wreath as 14 Bloody Sunday torches blazed.
Tipp reanimating the spirit of Michael Hogan.
Wandered late to the folks grave tonight.
They'd have delighted in today.#gaa#SundayGame#B100dySunday
The Mickey Graham and Raymond Galligan interviews on BBC after that Cavan win were really special. pic.twitter.com/LeS0ytSzPK— PJ Browne (@P_J_Browne) November 22, 2020
Knockout football is the only football.— Joe Brolly (@JoeBrolly1993) November 22, 2020
100 years in the making!!! 🏆🏐🎉 #B100dySunday pic.twitter.com/XszWgwpcJH— Inpho Photography (@Inphosports) November 22, 2020
Superb job by the #GAA with tonight's #BloodySunday Commemoration. It was respectful, dignified and powerful in its sombre simplicity. #CrokePark #B100dySunday pic.twitter.com/OxaTLFIt44— Des Cahill (@sportsdes) November 21, 2020
It’s scary how much fitter, faster, stronger @DubGAAOfficial are compared to Meath. Swatting markers away, covering massive distances, tackling in packs, breezing past opponents.... not to mention skill levels. How can there be such a chasm?— Kevin Reilly (@kevreilly1) November 21, 2020
The boys of Summer, the lions of Winter, Hurling still shines and inspires even in a year as long and dark as 2020...well done to all involved 👏🏻 #hurling— Dónal Óg Cusack (@DonalOgC) November 21, 2020
Dessie Hutchison is what Liam Cahill hoped he would be and a whole lot more! Lethal— Jackie Tyrrell (@MrJackieTee) November 21, 2020
Tax, death and Joe cutting a sideline.. ridiculous skill. #tippvgal— Conor McManus (@ConorMcManus_15) November 21, 2020
Michael Hogan will be looking down smiling 👏🏻 Congratulations to Tipperary https://t.co/6kN84CZWwd— Hill 16 Army (@Hill16Army) November 22, 2020
Yesterday marked the 2 year anniversary of the death of the great Weeshie Fogarty.A man that epitomised everything that is good about our little corner of the world, his legacy will live on. Below is a snippet of how he could paint with words as he describes his beloved Killarney https://t.co/YbbtBVjtI4— LiveScore Ciarraí (@livescorekerry) November 19, 2020
When gyms are deemed unnecessary/unhealthy and McDonald’s/KFC are places of essential needs, then you know that todays society is fucked ! #sorrymum— Ryan Mc Cluskey (@clucker60) November 19, 2020
Leading out Offaly for the 2nd half of the u21 All Ireland in ‘89, being closely followed by an 18 year old Adrian Cahill. Today I walked beside his hearse on his final journey. Hugely sad day for his family and large circle of friends @BirrCLG & @Offaly_GAA— Michael Duignan (@DuignanMichael) November 19, 2020
Mayo v Cavan - discuss?— Diarmuid Connolly (@dermoc123) November 22, 2020
Mental stat from Darragh Maloney. If Stephen Cluxton was a county he’d be 3rd in the list of honours of Leinster titles with 16.. If this doesn’t prove that the Leinster Championship doesn’t work I don’t know what will... #GAA— Mark McHugh (@MarkMcHugh1) November 21, 2020
Dublin are fantastic and deserve their plaudits - no question!— John Heslin (@jheslin14) November 21, 2020
Lets not focus on the "lack of quality" across the rest of Leinster rather, focus on development.
What can be done to develop all counties evenly for the benefit of our games? #GAA
The heroic Thomas Galligan in the #Cavan dressing room 👏 #DonVCav pic.twitter.com/rkLz51Hph4— Des Cahill (@sportsdes) November 22, 2020
The magic moment for Cavan. The All-Ireland semi-finalists are the same as they were one hundred years ago in 1920. When hope and history rhyme... #RTEgaa pic.twitter.com/XqtXt1uvuf— The Sunday Game (@TheSundayGame) November 22, 2020
"Given it your all for the sake of Tipperary - I can't put it into words - it's the best feeling" @TipperaryGAA AFL star Colin O'Riordan on a great day for the Premier County #rtegaa pic.twitter.com/SwxpRjD198— The Sunday Game (@TheSundayGame) November 22, 2020
Fethard GAA Club, would like to thank Eoin Cummins, for placing a wreath on behalf of the Club on the grave of Ned O’Shea in New York. Ned was the Tipperary Captain on Bloody Sunday. pic.twitter.com/rVEyrs4mOt— Fethard GAA Club (@FethardGAAClub) November 22, 2020
Cavan & Tipperary making the country fall in love with the provincial championship again. Unbelievable day.— Jacqui Hurley (@jacquihurley) November 22, 2020
Congrats to Cavan. Knock out fucking football. Oiche Maith.— Eamon Mc Gee (@EamonMcGee) November 22, 2020
'In 90 seconds, 14 people lay dead and mortally wounded on the field and banks of Croke Park and on the streets outside. Tonight, 100 years on, we pause to remember them all: the 14 who went to a match, and never came home.'#B100dySunday pic.twitter.com/pjmQpt8EWc— The GAA (@officialgaa) November 21, 2020