What a glorious 10 years the 1980s were.

The golden period in Irish sport is being relived tonight on RTÉ2 as the nation votes for Ireland's greatest sporting moment of the Eighties.

Our expert panel has whittled the long list down to just five.

Join Evanne Ní Chuilinn and Des Cahill from 9.30pm as they discuss the top five moments of the decade with Sonia O'Sullivan, Eamon Dunphy and Joe Brolly.

While O'Sullivan. Dunphy and Brolly will have their say, the final decision rests with you! 

Savour the five moments below and then cast your vote for Ireland's Greatest Sporting Moment of the 1980s. 

Eamonn Coghlan wins gold in the 5000 metres at the 1983 World Championships

Barry McGuigan wins the WBA world featherweight title in 1985 

 Ray Houghton puts the ball in the English net in 1988 

 Seamus Darby shocks the country as Offaly stop Kerry's drive for five in 1982 

Stephen Roche conquers La Plagne on way to 1987 Tour de France

Cast your vote now... 

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Ireland's Greatest Sporting Moment is broadcast Thursday's at 9.30pm on RTÉ2, with the top moment from each decade going ahead to the final show, where the favourite moment since 1962 will be decided.