WATCH: Liam Kearns led Tipperary in an Irish-country mashup sing-song following league triumph
If we're ever short of a Eurovision entry, Liam Kearns might not be the worst stand-in.
Tipperary were crowned the Allianz Football League Division 3 champions after beating Louth by 3-19 to 0-19 in Croke Park on Saturday.
It was a game where the goals proved to be the difference, and Conor Sweeney got more of them than any man on the field. It was plain for all to see that his 2-5 should have been enough to earn him the Man of the Match accolade.
Even the man who actually took home the prize could see that.
Really sums up his character https://t.co/u5UuJiS5ST
— GAA JOE (@GAA__JOE) April 8, 2017
However, Gaelic football isn't an individual sport, it's a team game. Every member shares the joy of victory and suffers the heartbreak of loss as a unit.
Fortunately for the Premier County, they were in good spirits after the final whistle sounded in Croker.
What better way to celebrate the triumph than a good old fashion sing-song led by your manager? Rawhide/Spancill Hill has never sounded better together.