Ireland's win has caused the GAA to move the Leinster Senior Football Championship semi-finals
Nobody wants to miss a second of the Republic of Ireland's European adventure.
Martin O'Neill, Roy Keane and their 23 warriors are not quite prepared to call time on their stay in France as Robbie Brady's late winner fired Ireland into the last 16 where a date with hosts, and tournament favourites, France awaits.
And the GAA have acquiesced to that fact by deferring the pair of Leinster Senior Football Championship semi-finals in Croke Park on Sunday.
Ireland take on Didier Deschamps' side in Lyon at 2pm on Sunday and, to accommodate that huge occasion in Irish sport, Dublin's clash with Meath and Kildare's tie against Westmeath have been pushed back to later in the afternoon.
Westmeath v Kildare will now take place at the later time of 4.15pm and throw-in for Dublin v Meath will now be at 6.35pm.
Fair play, lads.
Due to Ireland progressing in the Euros, the Dublin v Meath match will be moved to a later time on Sunday eve.
Throw-in time to be confirmed
— Dublin GAA (@DubGAAOfficial) June 22, 2016
— Leinster GAA (@gaaleinster) June 22, 2016
Breaking News! Westmeath v Kildare on Sunday will be at the later time of 4.15pm Times to be confirmed by Leinster GAA
— Westmeath GAA (@westmeath_gaa) June 22, 2016
— Kildare GAA (@KildareGAA) June 22, 2016