There was double cause for celebrations for Railway Union legend Kenny Carroll as his club not only won, but he also reached the 10,000 runs in all competitions landmark.
The 38 year-old first played for the Park Avenue club as a 13 year-old back in 1996, just over a quarter of a century ago.
Kenny Carroll after reaching the 10,000 runs milestone: Pic: Elaine Coburn
He has since scored 61 fifties and 16 centuries at all levels for Railway Union.
Carroll, who has played for Ireland at both cricket and hockey at senior international level, reached the landmark as his side beat Cork County, with him scoring 35.
Well done 'Squacko' - a fantastic achievement.