A Donegal pub will be giving away free pints during the All-Ireland final 1 year ago

A Donegal pub will be giving away free pints during the All-Ireland final

Christ, the place will be wedged.

After Con O'Callaghan danced his way through the Tyrone defence and expertly finished past Niall Morgan in last year's All-Ireland semi-final, the game was effectively finished because the Dubs never looked back.

Ultimately, after disposing of Mickey Harte's men, Dublin would go on to claim their third championship in a row but with the two sides meeting again at Croke Park this Sunday, Jim Gavin's men will be looking to continue their incredible winning streak.

Everyone from the capital will be cheering on the defending champions as they aim for a fourth All-Ireland in a row, a sixth championship in eight years, but there's no denying that plenty of neutrals would love to see Dublin knocked off their perch.

Tyrone are back in the All-Ireland final for the first time in ten years and when the sides met during the Super 8s in Omagh, the Red Hand County pushed Dublin all the way.

In a tight game, the defending champions edged it out by 1-14 to 0-14 and if that's anything to go by, we're set for another tense match in Croke Park.

For anyone that potentially fancies a few free drinks, Steppers Bar in Dungloe, Donegal are offering a very interesting promotion.

Basically, they're giving out free pints of Rockshore for every goal that Tyrone score in the game, but their next offer is quite interesting too. The bar is also pouring free shots of baby Guinness for every free that Dublin slot over the bar.

When the two sides last met in Omagh, Dean Rock kicked 0-6 and four of those points were from frees. Last year, he kicked the exact same amount of frees when the sides met in the semi-final at Croke Park too.

Will Dublin be toasting another All-Ireland win, or will Tyrone be celebrating an underdog success? Regardless of the outcome, we're certain that there's going to be plenty of happy people at this pub.

As always, please drink responsibly.