Cavan's Paul Brady and Michael Finnegan captured their tenth All-Ireland doubles title following a pulsating final against Meath's Tom Sheridan and Brian Carroll at St Comans in Roscommon on Saturday evening.
In one of the greatest finals in history, the Cavan men prevailed 18-21, 21-11, 21-19 after a titanic three-hour tussle.
Meath raced into an early lead but Cavan staged a comeback to level affairs at 18-18. However, the unfazed Meath duo closed out the opening game 21-18.
A Brady-inspired Cavan responded brilliantly to coast to a 21-11 win in the second game.
In a match characterised by volatile swings of momentum, Meath forged a 6-0 advantage in the deciding game before Cavan responded with six unanswered points of their own. Brady and Finnegan appeared to have the match sewn up, only for a resilient Meath to reduce arrears to a single point at 20-19. However, Cavan weren’t to be denied as Brady went on to seal the win.
Earlier in the day, Cork's Catriona Casey and Aishling O'Keefe landed the the ladies’ title on a 21-16, 19-21, 21-7 scoreline from Kerry Maria Daly and Ashley Prendiville.
Tyrone's Johnny Woods and Ryan Mullan claimed minor honours after seeing off Clare’s Fergal Coughlan and Jacob Loughnane 17-21, 21-10, 21-17.