# Down memory lane

Last year
Pillar v Mickey Ned - the last Dublin-Limerick football league meeting
All time
'I said 'Your father would be so proud of you'' - Special family moment after Limerick's 2018 triumph
Lowry inspired by memories of Harrington at 2006 Ryder Cup in K Club
'This year, more so than any, it's more about family than yourself'
'To be part of that is really special' - 10 years on from a pivotal Dublin Donegal All-Ireland final
'It’s nice to see your son or daughter receive an All-Ireland cup in Croke Park. That was very special for him'
'They were just such special kids' - the school that produced five of Dublin's six All-Ireland final defenders
Soccer celebrations, carrying sandbags over hills, and ending a 28-year wait for Ulster glory
'We went into the dressing room and said that some greater power had been the cause of that'
The Banner roar, Jacko's last game, Marty's phrase - 25 years today since Clare shocked Kerry
Davy penalty, Nicky smile, Jamesie point - famous Clare-Tipp championship memories
From an old Guinness boat to herding cattle: Capturing life at Dublin Port
Barr's in blue - the only other All-Ireland senior club double bid before Slaughtneil
St Colman's golden hurling era, Shaughs the forward star and back in the Harty Cup big time
Quiz: Can you remember these men who scored tries against Ireland?
Dublin v Mayo, 2006 All-Ireland senior football semi-final
11 iconic moments from recent Kilkenny-Tipperary championship clashes
The end of Justin, TV3's GAA debut and heavy defeat to Clare - Waterford's last Gaelic Grounds tie
'Everybody was shocked, Kevin f*****g Foley! Where did he come from?'
These photos of 20th century Limerick are incredible
12 pictures that sum up the hurling year
12 classic memories from Dublin and Kerry's senior football championship rivalry
How's your memory of Ireland's 2003 Rugby World Cup?
Check out these brilliant pictures detailing Brian Cody's massive success in 1975
8 classic memories from Galway and Tipperary's senior hurling championship rivalry
'Wearing the Everton shirt again was a bit weird but it was nice to come back'
Down memory lane: A potted history of Cork v Mayo