WATCH: Here's what winning Leinster after so many disappointments meant to Oulart

After a very long wait, Oulart-the-Ballagh won the Leinster title recently.

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Oulart The Ballagh's Dennis Morton, Keith Rossiter, Barry Kehoe and goalkeeper Conor O’Leary celebrate after the game. Image: ©INPHO/Cathal Noonan

Oulart-The-Ballagh's win against Cuala to claim the Leinster title ended after years of disappointment, and it meant a lot to the team. 

This short video from AIB GAA highlights exactly that, and what a pivotal role sports plays in the community there, who have been waiting a long time for provincial glory. 

The video features a discussion with Joe Molloy from Off The Ball (and a dig from Wooly) on what it means to bottle it in a sporting context, and how after four finals in a row without a win, Oulart had gotten themselves an unwanted nickname. 

Finally getting the title was the culmination of years and years of work and may help to get over the sense of disappointment that has dogged them recently.