WATCH: Michael Lyster reveals the one day of his career he'd like to relive, and it doesn't involve GAA
Today is Michael Lyster's final Sunday Game (unless there's a replay)...
Dublin will take on Tyrone later today, and if one side emerges victorious, then it's the last time we'll see veteran broadcaster present the Sunday Game, which he has hosted since 1984.
This morning, Lyster sat down with RTÉ's Olive Esler to look back at the most memorable moments of his long career.
"For me, if you were to look for a moment, it was in the early 80s and I was working for radio when Ireland won the Triple Crown. Mick Doyle's team. And Michael Kiernan scored that incredible last-minute drop-goal to win the match against England, and he had barely kicked the ball over the bar when the final whistle blew."
"Of course, the entire crowd in Lansdowne Road converged on the pitch. But Michael Kiernan ran off the pitch and got into sanctuary, if you like."
"But I'm doing the radio report and I'm in the tunnel area and he just literally, practically ran into me. So I said to him, 'Will you do an interview?' He said yeah, so I was actually interviewing Michael Kiernan moments after him scoring this historic score and of course he's very emotional about the whole thing, as you would be."
"And needless to say, he's so emotional that I got emotional," and the pair ended up almost crying all over each other.
You can watch Lyster tell the story in full below.
It's Michael Lyster's very last day to present The Sunday Game (unless there's a replay). Here he looks back at the early days and some of the memorable moments from his incredible career with Olive Esler #rtegaa pic.twitter.com/IKhPPzjfNb
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