Our last Mount Rushmore is in the books, after Brian Kerr and John Duggan settled on the County Dublin final four on OTB AM.
Brian Kerr and our own John Duggan disagreed on their respective mountains, but we eventually got them to nail down these names:
SOCCER - Paul McGrath
"I'm looking for a bit of magic, a bit of legend, a bit of stardust, a bit of the intangible... Paul McGrath - the triumph through adversity."
Strong words from John Duggan for McGrath - the former Manchester United and Aston Villa star beat competition from the likes of John Giles, Liam Brady, Robbie Keane, Damien Duff and Kevin Moran to be a soccer representative on Dublin's mountain.
Is McGrath the greatest player the Republic of Ireland has ever seen?
GAELIC FOOTBALL - Jim Gavin
It was the former Dublin manager chosen to represent the county's great success on the gaelic football stage in the last decade.
Gavin led the Dubs to six All-Ireland titles, including the five-in-a-row. Arguments were put forward for Stephen Cluxton, but it is his former manager that makes the ultimate selection.
GOLF - Pádraig Harrington
Three-time Major winner Harrington is beloved by people the country over, and so it's no suprise to see the Rathfarnham native make it.
His back-to-back Open wins in 2007 and 2008 were followed religiously by the Irish people, and he will captain Team Europe at the re-scheduled Ryder Cup next year.
BOXING - Michael Carruth
Brian Kerr was allowed to make one change to John's final selection - and he opted to remove Brian O'Driscoll for the 1992 Olympic champion.
Carruth's gold medal in Barcelona was Ireland's first at the Olympis Games since Ronnie Delany in 1956, and our first ever in boxing.
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Here is Colm Boohig's selection of Cork
Here is Will O'Callaghan and Paul Rouse's selection of Offaly
Here is Shane Hannon and Gráinne McElwain's selection of Monaghan
Here is Diarmuid Lyng and Liam Griffin's selection of Wexford
Here is Neil Treacy and Jack Anderson's selection of Limerick
Here is Enda Coll and Kieran Cunningham's selection of Donegal
Here is Máire-Treasa Nic-Cheallaigh and Michael Lyster's selection of Galway
Here is Adrian Barry and Conor Moore's selection of Westmeath
Here is Ronan Mullen and Dan McDonnell's selection of Louth
Here is Alan Quinlan and Michael Quinlivan's selection of Tipperary
Here is Tommy Rooney and Hector Ó'hEochagáin's selection of Meath
Here is Conor Deegan and Donal O'Neill's selection of Down
Here is Ger Gilroy and Joe Molloy's selection of Kildare
Here is Thom Malone and Paul Howard's selection of Wicklow
Here is Dave McIntyre and Paul Fitzpatrick's selection of Cavan
Here is Arthur O'Dea and Alan Cawley's selection of Sligo
Here is Eoin Sheahan and Kieran Donaghy's selection of Kerry
Here is Cliona Foley and Shane Keegan's selection of Laois
Here is Enda McGinley and Orla Bannon's selection of Tyrone
Here is Oisin Langan and Jessie Barr's selection of Waterford
Here is Enda McEvoy and Gary Halpin's selection of Kilkenny
Here is Cahair O'Kane and Chrissy McKaigue's selection of Derry
Here is Declan Bogue and Colm Bradley's selection of Fermanagh
Here is Jamesie O'Connor and Syl O'Connor's selection of Clare
Here is Tommy Conlon and Sean McGoldrick's selection of Leitrim
Here is Aaron Kernan and Niall McCoy's selection of Armagh
Here is Brendan Hennessy and Patrick Mullins' selection of Carlow
Here is Shane Curran and John Caulfield's selection of Roscommon
Here is Ciarán Barr and Neil McManus' selection of Antrim
Here is Mickey Quinn and Denis Connerton's selection of Longford
Here is the selection of North Dublin
Here is Stephen Doyle and Phil Egan's selection of South Dublin