Red Hughs have done Donegal proud by capturing the AIB Ulster Club Junior Football Championship title.
The east Donegal side lifted the provincial title after a great 1-11 to 1-9 victory over a fancied Limavady Wolfhounds side in the final played at Celtic Park in Derry.
The Derry champions led by 0-7 v 0-6 at half time but the Donegal side were the more impressive in the second half and a late goal from substitute Jonny Carlin paved the wave to victory.
Limavady looked good when Cormac Quigley scored a goal to put them four points up.
But Richard King was sent off for Limavady and Red Hughs finished strongly.
It was a memorable night for all involved with the club and there were joyous scenes at the final whistle, and also later when they came back to Killygordon and the Cross.
This video posted by Ulster GAA captures the moment when the cup was raised.
"It was a brilliant performance all round," former Donegal GAA star Brendan Devenney said in his post match analysis on Highland Radio.
The title was won by Naomh Colmcille of Newtowncunningham last year.
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