Dublin defender Aoife Kane said she is "taking it all in" following yesterday's All-Ireland win against Kerry in the senior football final.
Yesterday, the Dublin team claimed their latest TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football title success – their fifth in eight seasons.
In a five-point win over Kerry, the Dublin players claimed the Brendan Martin Cup – a moment Kane said is "only sinking in now".
Speaking to Newstalk Breakfast, the player said she is feeling "surprisingly fresh" after last night's celebrations.
"We felt like it was brewing [since] the quarterfinal. There was a switch turned," she said.
"The semifinal – Cork is always a difficult team to play against – to get that performance coming into the final gave us a huge boost," she said.
Kane said yesterday's performance included "a few hiccups" in the second half.
"I think we did know that was coming," she said.
Yesterday's win was an accumulation of months of hard work and training, Kane said.
"We were lucky but also it was a lot of hard work and dedication that went into the January and February months," she said.
"We have two girls that are pretty new to the squad – they're 19 years old.
"My man of the match was Leah Caffrey, she stepped up and dictated how things went.
"The two young girls, any job they were given the last two matches, they stepped up and went above and beyond, so, I think we're fairly safe back there."
Kane said it feels "really special" for players to see a growing amount of interest in women's football.
"It takes me back to being there as a supporter," she said.
"I just think it's so important to take those moments.
"It's an incredible atmosphere at the Ladies All-Ireland Final – it's really loud, it is quite moving.
"I'm glad that people got to experience that."