Newly-crowned All-Ireland senior hurling champions Tipperary brought smiles to the faces of sick children this morning.
A wonderful annual GAA tradition by the All-Ireland champions, manager Liam Sheedy, captain Seamus Callanan and the rest of the Tipp players took time out from their celebrations to visit the wards of Crumlin Children's Hospital.
RTÉ's GAA commentator Marty Morrissey made an appearance too!
The Liam MacCarthy Cup is due to arrive back in Thurles later this evening for a homecoming party at Semple Stadium.
Pic credit: ©INPHO/Laszlo Geczo
Tipperary players outside Crumlin Children's Hospital.
Tipperary manager Liam Sheedy arrives.
Seamus Callanan and manager Liam Sheedy with Luke Marum.
James Barry and Sean O'Brien with Ed Mortimer, Claire Joyce and Ed Mortimer.
Carla O'Connell, aged 10, from Carrick-on-Suir with the Liam MacCarthy Cup.
Ben Cheroy with Jerome Cahill, Seamus Callanan and Brian Hogan.
Kian Barnes-Aabo, aged 5 with manager Liam Sheedy.
Staff of the St. John's Ward with RTE's Marty Morrissey and members of the Tipperary team.
James Tracey and 5-day-old Shay Tracey with Niall O’Meara and John O’Dwyer.
Holly Carroll with members of the Tipperary team.Tweet