2017 was an amazing year for GAA fans with some of the most exciting games in years.
In the Senior Hurling Championship, Galway brought the Liam McCarthy back to the west for the first time in 29 years. And while Waterford were the unlucky losing finalists they thrilled The Deise supporters, especially that memorable and epic game against Kilkenny in the qualifiers.
In the mens football Dublin claimed an historic 3 in a row when Stephen Cluxton lifted the Sam Mcguire after an enthralling battle against Mayo. There were plenty of talking points in this one, but the occasion and game itself will live long in the memory. Two fantastic amateur teams gave their all in front of a packed crowd of loyal fans.
The following week seen the same two teams meet again but this time it was the Ladies All Ireland Football final. Once more it was Dublin who came out on top, making up for other All Ireland defeats in recent years. A fascinating statistic about this game is that it was the largest attendance at any womens sporting final in the world in 2017!
The wind and rain would not deter Cork winning the Senior Camogie final against a gallant Kilkenny on a scoreline of 10 points to 9. In doing so they nudged ahead of Dublin in the roll of honour, Cork now with 27 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championships.
But thats the big guns! What about all the other grades at which All Ireland finals took place during 2017.
At SHUUL, we thought we'd put together the definitive list of inter county All Ireland winners in 2017 in Football & Camogie at all levels.
All codes have different grades and structures so we did our very best to include just those that go to All Ireland level.
If you think we're missing any feel free to comment below.
So grab a cuppa and check out all results below!
MENS FOOTBALL ALL IRELAND FINALS 2017
HURLING ALL IRELAND FINALS 2017
LADIES FOOTBALL ALL IRELAND FINALS 2017
CAMOGIE ALL IRELAND FINALS 2017
Hope you enjoyed reading through this list of All Ireland winners in 2017 and hopefully your county is on there somewhere. If not, then as the saying goes, there's always next year!