At the GAA's Annual Congress in 2005, the organisation voted to amend Rule 42 and so allow for soccer and rugby to be played at Croke Park while Lansdowne Road was been redeveloped.

Central to the historic move was the then GAA president Seán Kelly, who certainly had to use much political skills that no doubt would later help him as an MEP, to sway many to make what was an historic decision.

Many of the GAA's top brass at the time were against any changes, but when the votes were counted the motion to amend Rule 42 was passed comfortably.

So, how much do you remember about that time?