In all during a medal-laden career, Oisin McConville won the All-Ireland Club Football Championship six times with Crossmaglen.
That's not even taking the 10 Ulster and 16 county titles that the Armagh All-Ireland winner amassed into consideration.
Those club All-Ireland triumphs spanned from 1997 to 2012.
But it's 2007's victory over Dr Crokes that stands above all others in terms of magnitude for the 44-year-old.
"Probably for me, it was 2007 because I was captain that year and I was after going through treatment for a gambling addiction," he told RTÉ 2FM's Game On during the Wednesday Legends interview.
"I had come out the other side and I was thinking, 'Is there any way I could repay the bit of faith that, not only family but, the community had shown in me.
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"And it felt like another chance. It felt sort of like redemption and that's the only thing I was thinking about.
"Obviously, football means a lot but just on a personal basis that time, I just thought that was very special for me because the timing of it was very, very good."
But McConville added that victory was not just a boost for him personally.
"I needed it and as a community, we needed it as well," he said.
"Because we'd won three and then we'd gone away a little bit.
"And this was us sort of coming back. But certainly from a purely selfish point of view, I definitely needed it."
McConville also drew parallels between the sheer centrality of football in Crossmaglen and Kilcoo's respective communities.
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