Limerick is celebrating after Greg O'Shea won 'Love Island'.
The 24-year-old rugby player and his partner, Amber Gill, were crowned champions of the villa on Monday night
Longford's Maura Higgins and her partner, Curtis Pritchard, finished fourth in the British reality TV show.
The show sees single people looking for love brought to a villa in Majorca, Spain for eight weeks.
The couple's face public votes or can dumped by their fellow islanders.
However Irish people cannot vote in the competition.
Greg and Amber will now split a prize of stg£50,000 (€54,464).
— Love Island (@LoveIsland) July 29, 2019
Speaking after his win, Greg said he never even considered this a possibility.
"I never thought this was going to happen - at any stage did I think this was going to happen.
"I wasn't even in the villa two weeks ago, I wasn't here two weeks ago.
"Obviously the public saw us kick it off and it just went from there.
"I'd just like to say thanks to everyone - Go raibh míle maith agat to all the Irish fans, English fans, everyone - thanks a million.
"I can't appreciate you enough".
The Irish embassy in London said: "We're all about British-Irish relations so congratulations Greg & Amber!".
— Embassy of Ireland (@IrelandEmbGB) July 29, 2019
The show is due to return in 2020 and ITV is already looking for people to take part.