IMAGES: The Dublin team take Sam Maguire on a visit to the patients at Crumlin Children's Hospital

Dublin have their fourth All-Ireland title in five years

BY Sinéad Farrell 15:11 Sunday 2 October 2016, 15:11 2 Oct 2016

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To start off his renewed residency in Dublin, Sam Maguire took a trip to Crumlin Hospital today.

Dublin survived the Mayo scare in the replay of the All-Ireland final yesterday when a last second Cillian O'Connor free drifted wide of the goals at the Hill 16 end of Croke Park. They duly celebrated the achievement last night and this morning, they upheld the annual tradition of All-Ireland winning teams, by bringing the Sam Maguire cup to the patients at Crumlin Children's Hospital.

And everyone appeared to be in good form for their arrival.

 

Image: Representatives of the Dublin panel pose for a photo with Ciara Hutchings

 

Image: Philly McMahon having fun with Thomas Byrne 

 

Image: Lucy Gannon, aged two, with Philly McMahon and Jonny Cooper

 

Image: Hassan Benhaffaf, age 6, one of the Benhaffaf twins from Carrigtwohill in Cork

 

Image: Jim Gavin and Jonny Cooper holding Tom Rothwell just above the Sam Maguire

Image: Denis Bastick along with Milan Commons, aged two, and Lucy Gannon, aged two

Image: Peter O'Connor, aged five, from Dublin with Jonny Cooper and The Sam Maguire

Image: Patient's from Crumlin Children's Hospital pose with the Sam Maguire and members of the Dublin senior football panel

 

 

 

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