Pic: A Clare camogie goalkeeper that's photobombed by a cow might be the most Irish photo ever 5 years ago

Pic: A Clare camogie goalkeeper that's photobombed by a cow might be the most Irish photo ever

An old snap but it's absolutely priceless.

Part of the reason why Irish people have such a love and passion for the GAA is because it's part of our history and identity.

There have been some great moments and memories made over the years as club titles, famous goals, county heroes, legendary teams, Liam McCarthy and Sam Maguire have all embraced the 32 counties.

Just when you think that you've seen everything that the GAA has to offer this old image appears and it's udderly brilliant.

This snap was taken in 2004 during a camogie match between Clare and Cork, local photographer John Kelly is the talented snapper here, and it has offered us a moo new and hilarious take on what makes the GAA so great.

John told us that he was in Newmarket recently and this visit prompted him to tweet his most famous memory from that lovely region of Clare.

The cow only appeared for 10 seconds behind Banner 'keeper Rachel Lynch but John managed to get his snap.

We might be milking things a little when we say that this cud be the most Irish photo of all-time.

Maybe you've herd that one before but the description fits.

Take a look.