Pairc Tailteann hosted the Sean Cox Fund SF Charity Match between Meath and Dublin this afternoon.
It was a wonderful occasion to support Dunboyne clubman Sean in his rehabilitation from the serious and life altering injuries he suffered while attending a Liverpool match last April.
For the record, the Royals edged out the All-Ireland champions on a scoreline of 0-16 to 1-11 in front of a bumper crowd.
Pics by Inpho's Oisin Keniry.
Juvenile players from Dunboyne and Round Towers, Clondalkin (Sean's home club) perfom a guard of honour.
Matthew and Anthony Vaughan await the throw-in.
A sign in support of Sean Cox is laid on the pitch before the match.
Members of St Peters Dunboyne GAA club hold up a sign in support of Sean.
Martina Cox, wife of Sean, with their daughters Emma and Shauna, Dublin manager Jim Gavin and Meath manager Andy McEntee.
Dublin's Eoghan O'Gara and Bryan Menton of Meath make their way through the guard of honour.
Meath's Shane McEntee and Darren Gavin of Dublin contest a high ball.
Dublin's Eric Lowndes gets his pass away.
Martina Cox, wife of Sean, is presented with a cheque by John Kavanagh, vice-chairman of Meath GAA, Fergus McNulty, chairman of St Peters Dunboyne GAA and Peter O'Halloran, chairman Meath GAA.
Rory O'Connor from 'Rory's Stories' commentates during the half-time penalty shoot-out.
Former Ireland International Niall Quinn prepares to take a penalty.
Former Dublin player Alan Brogan.
Santa Claus saves a penalty.Tweet