After 28 years in the wilderness, few will forget Wexford's glorious All-Ireland hurling triumph of 1996 and the passionate speech from captain Martin Storey.
For the first time in 28 years, the Slaneysiders lifted the Liam MacCarthy Cup and Croke Park was a powder keg of Wexford emotion.
In the first of a series on memorable GAA speeches on Sunday Sport, the winning captain spoke to Des Cahill about his words on the the steps of the Hogan Stand after that historic win over Limerick, including the often-quoted line: "Ladies and gentlemen, we have been described as the bridesmaids of hurling. Well today we got married."
"I do get the odd request every so often for my punch line which was very corny," he tells listeners.
"It [All-Ireland win] literally lifted everybody's spirits for about two years. Wexford walked on a high."
Listen to the full interview below.
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