Yesterday’s Ulster Senior Football Final took a very cute turn, when a Jack Russell found his way onto the field.
The Provincial decider was well underway in Clones when the adorable pitch invader managed to sneak onto the park, and got a huge cheer from the onlooking crowd.
He was scooped up and led back off the field by Fermanagh forward Sean Quigley, allowing the game to continue on without any major disruption from the happy little pup.
Take a look at the hilarious moment here.
‘Is he a Fermanagh or a Donegal dog?’ – A more unusual pitch invader at Clones, with Fermanagh’s Sean Quigley to the rescue. Watch highlights of the Ulster Final tonight at 9.30pm @RTE2 pic.twitter.com/xIvodmoTWU
— The Sunday Game (@TheSundayGame) June 24, 2018
With Donegal running out easy winners against Fermanagh to claim their first Ulster title in four years, the funny moment was definitely the talk of the game.
Met the wee dog after the ulster final leaving clones. Was sound as fuck. Didn’t let the fame go to his head.
— cathal dixon (@cathaldlfc) June 24, 2018
The dog is my Man of the Match #ulsterfinal
— Tara McAllister (@TaraMcAllister_) June 24, 2018
— Siobhán Doyle (@thekickart) June 24, 2018
Sean Quigley crowned national hero after rescuing stray dog from ulster final match
— Ellen McGuinness (@ellenmxg) June 24, 2018
Only in the GAA would you get a dog interrupting the Ulster final
— – (@SeanRushe) June 24, 2018