An emotional Doireann O'Sullivan said Mourneabbey are "crying on different terms today" after they finally got over the line to win the All-Ireland senior club football crown.

This was the Cork side's fourth senior decider in five years and after suffering heartache in three finals, they got the better of Dublin's Foxrock-Cabinteely in wet and windy conditions at Parnell Park. 

O'Sullivan kicked six points for her side in a player-of-the-match display and afterwards said the entire parish was up in Dublin to cheer them on to glory.

"It's super emotional," she told Ladies Football TV after their six-point win over Fox-Cab.

"It means the world to us. You see it here today, there's no-one left in the parish. I've a dog at home and I couldn't get a babysitter for him! Every single person is up here. 

"We're crying on different terms today."

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Mourneabbey boss Shane Ronayne was equally emotional after the final whistle.

He paid tribute to his charges for the resilience they have shown to come back for one more shot at All-Ireland glory and they were deserved victors at the end of a scrappy affair against the Dublin and Leinster champions.

"It's tears of joy, it's just unbelievable. Every time we've come out of here we've been crying tears of absolute despair. They were incredible, from the word go they were unbelievable.

"I can't thank them enough for what they do, they're an incredible bunch. You don't always get what you deserve in life but they deserved this today. They've worked so hard and it's just incredible. I don't really know what to say because they've worked so hard for it. 

"There was no expense spared. We said we'd have one cut off it and by God we did. We played today to win. We've gone out in previous finals and sat back. Today we played to win and we won."