WATCH: "I'm the oldest" - Deirdre O’Reilly did the honours for Cork after captain is stretchered off

Captain Ciara O’Sullivan suffered concussion

Deirdre O'Reilly, Cork

Cork captain Deirdre O'Reilly lifts the Division One Trophy ©INPHO/Donall Farmer

Cork veteran Deirdre O’Reilly lifted the Lidl National League Division 1 cup after an injury to captain Ciara O’Sullivan during the final with Mayo at Parnell Park last night.

"I'm the oldest!" explained the centre-half-back who had never lifted a trophy in all of her years with the Rebels. "It's a great honour, it's nice to lift the cup."

O'Sullivan was stretchered from the pitch with concussion but attended the post-match meal. Cork defeated previously unbeaten Mayo by a goal, 1-10 to 0-10, to take the League crown for the fourth year in-a-row.

Here's the interview by Jerome Quinn for the LGFA.