Waterford provided some difficult decisions as the 21st Mount Rushmore county was carved into stone - and what a mountain we have ended up with.
Oisin Langan had the picks, while Jessie Barr joined us to make one final change to his selections.
We posted a long-list of names yesterday, with some serious talent in the Déise county over the years - but only four could make it:
SOCCER - John O'Shea
There were no arguments whatsover over the former Manchester United man's inclusion. A stellar Premier League career, and we all remember that late goal in Gelsenkirchen for the Republic of Ireland.
Oisin says he is without question the number one on the list.
"[One of] Ireland's most successful Premier League footballers, five-time Premier League winner, a Champions League winner, he nutmegged Luis Figo..."
ATHLETICS - John Treacy
Jessie Barr says Treacy's achievements speak for themselves.
"I don't think there's any arguing against this - two world championships in cross-country... silver medal in the 1984 Olympics in the marathon in Los Angeles.
"A silver medal in the Olympics pretty much makes you a guarantee to be on any Mount Rushmore."
RUGBY - Niamh Briggs
Captained Ireland to a Six Nations championship in 2013, and was heavily involved in the historic first Grand Slam of 2013. Briggs has also represented Waterford in gaelic football, and Oisin says she fully deserves her place.
"A world player of the year nominee... twice Six Nations winner, should have had more Ireland caps, and has a massive influence around the county.
"I think I was in sixth year when Niamh was in first year, and there was just this buzz about this kid in first year who could do everything!
"Even outside of rugby Niamh is a fantastic gaelic footballer."
ATHLETICS - Thomas Barr
Jessie made a big call in removing Oisin's hurling representative - Ken McGrath. But she argued her brother's inclusion was something she had to run with.
"This will come as a surprise to no one. I would challenge anyone who has a sibling in their family who just missed out on an Olympic sprint medal in one of the most competitive events in the Olympic calendar...
"...I would challenge anyone to not put them on the list and be able to sit with them at Christmas dinner! I'm not just saying that because of the blood ties - even if I wasn't related to him I would still be arguing for him."
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Here is Nathan Murphy's selection of Mayo
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