Dublin's five-in-a-row champion football team brought Sam Maguire to the children's hospital in Crumlin to the delight of the patients - even those from Kerry.
The Dubs defeated the Kingdom in a superb final,
running out 1-18 to 0-15 winners.
There were plenty of smiling faces as Jim Gavin and his Dublin team passed Sam Maguire around for the traditional photocall.
Kate Cullivan, age 11, from Naas, Co Kildare plays a game of table football with Dublin player Rob McDaid. Picture: Sportsfile Kevin Lambe, age 12, from Co Carlow, pictured with Dublin players, from left, Eoin Murchan, Rob McDaid and Cian O'Sullivan. Picture: Sportsfile Kerry supporters Pat, age 10 and Kate Costello, age 11, from Killorglin, pictured with Dublin players, from left, Brian Howard, Cian O'Sullivan and Rob McDaid. Picture: Sportsfile Federico Rostas, age 10, pictured with Dublin player Cian O'Sullivan. Picture: Sportsfile
Dublin players, from left, Rob McDaid, Cian O'Sullivan and Eoin Murchan pictured with Sean, age 12, and Cian Cummins age 7, and Patryk Muszka and the Sam Maguire cup. Picture: Sportsfile Lorraine and Shane Sheehan, age 14, from Ballyduff, Co Kerry pictured with Dublin manager Jim Gavin. Picture: Sportsfile Paul and Tracy Daly with their children Cara, age 3, and Ashling, age 9 weeks pictured with Dublin players Cian O'Sullivan, centre, and Rob McDaid. Picture: Sportsfile
Earlier today, a mural celebrating Dublin's bainisteoir and the famous five-in-a-row
was unveiled in Ballybough.
The mural features Gavin's image with the words 'Jim Gavin's Mighty Dubs' alongside him and five Sam Maguire cups above him.
Dublin's five-in-a-row was backed up by the ladies team, who beat Galway in front of a
record crowd today to win their third consecutive All-Ireland title.
Dublin City Council announced that a homecoming for both teams will take place on Sunday, September 29.