Manager Niall Browne came off the bench with eight minutes to go and scored a point as Two Mile House of Kildare overcame Dublin's Round Towers of Lusk by 4-15 to 1-16 in a thrilling Leinster club IFC quarter-final in Newbridge this afternoon.
With just one county final left to be played in 2018 - the Galway SHC decider between Liam Mellows and St Thomas' which is scheduled for next weekend - the provincial club championships are in full swing.
There will be no restriction on the number of players allowed between the 45-metre lines in Gaelic football when a kick-out is being taken under the new rule which is set to be trialled in next year's Allianz Football League.
"It was a big motivating factor. This week we didn't speak about tactics or game plans or anything, we just spoke about bringing a bit of joy to that family and going out and expressing ourselves. We were all very conscious of it."