Twitter reacts to Kilkenny's triumph over Galway

Twitter was buzzing with comments about Kilkenny's win over Galway today.

Here are some of the best tweets.

Before the match...

A great sing-song broke out on the Luas as Galway fans made their way to the match.

An Irish Romeo and Juliet took their seats at Croke Park.

Another romantic couple celebrated two big days in one.

One Galway growler was keeping watch for any stray Cats on his turf.

Hill 16 turned maroon for the day.

Some strange recipes were shared in the stands...

... while some stranger costumes were sported by some spectators.

Over at Electric Picnic, festival-goers took a break from the music to take in the All-Ireland Hurling Final.

During the match...

Joe Canning, who scored 1-7 throughout the game, really impressed.

Brian Cody also received praise for the result

However, Galway fans are heartbroken.

There's always time to do some celeb watching from the stands.

Neutral watchers enjoyed the game without bias,but some still struggled to pick a side to shout for.

GAA fans conceded that although it wasn't the result they hoped for, Kilkenny were clearly the better team on the day.

It was more of the same for others.

Some disappointed people are looking forward to next year already in the hopes that maybe someone else will win.

Bring on the 2016 Senior Hurling Championship!

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