Tributes have been made to the Limerick super-fan John Hunt, who has passed away aged 98.
Hunt saw Limerick win their last two All-Ireland titles.
In 1936, Hunt saw Limerick beat Kilkenny and in 2018 he travelled from Chicago to see the Treaty County overcome Galway.
Speaking to Irish Examiner last August about returning to Ireland to see Limerick lift the Liam MacCarthy Cup, Hunt said: "I came home for the 1973 All-Ireland final to see Limerick win and brought my wife and my son to that one.
"And here I am 45 years later with my grandson, Ed, to see Limerick win another All-Ireland."
Hunt had spent the last 70 years in the US, forming the Young Ireland Hurling Club in Chicago.
He became the American GAA Board chairman in 1964 and was an honorary president of Chicago GAA.
Chicago GAA posted on social media to "extend our sincerest and deepest sympathies to his entire family, friends and club on their great loss. May he Rest In Peace".
Limerick Hurling Club, Chicago also paid tribute.
"The Limerick Hurling Club Chicago would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the Hunt family on the passing of the Great John Hunt.
"John a native of Athea Co Limerick was one of the founding members and the first Chairman of the Club in 1959 which it is celebrating 60 years this year. John always kept in touch with what was happening in the club through the years.
"He was a frequent visitor to the dressing room in Gaelic Park over the years and was good for a speech to get the team going on Sundays."
The 98-year-old also made a famous appearance on The Late Late Show, where he finally got his own hands on the famous hurling trophy.
This Limerick man, long emigrated to Chicago, is 98 years old. He saw the Treaty win the All-Ireland in 1936. He saw them win it at Croke Park in 2018. He had never held aloft Liam MacCarthy. Until now... #RTEgaa pic.twitter.com/WjNb42SPcZ— RTÉ GAA (@RTEgaa) September 7, 2018
Hurling fans on social media have also paid tribute, heralding Hunt's love for the sport.
Sad to hear about the passing of John Hunt. He has his ticket to heaven in his back pocket. https://t.co/buZRuDJMFP— Mark Farrelly (@MarkFarrelly131) March 30, 2019
Sad to hear of the Death of John Hunt the ICONIC Limerick fan living in Chicago with the last 70 years. His Dreams come true last August when he traveled back to Ireland to watch his native County win the Liam McCarty Cup after a 45 year wait. What a Legend, May he Rest in Peace pic.twitter.com/Rbq7c6Uc1Y— Buff Egan (@buff_egan) March 30, 2019
RIP John Hunt. A mighty Limerick man. A mighty GAA man. And a mighty Irish man. His dream of seeing Limerick finally win the All Ireland, again, came through, last September. Sadly he passed away today, at almost 100 years of age. @LimerickCLG @officialgaa— Aodan Wrenn (@aodanwrenn) March 30, 2019
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h'anam.