Yes, it was that time of year again – the annual Ashbourne Royal Shrovetide football match has once more come and gone.
Every year, the two-day event sees the Up’ards and Down’ards compete against each other in an intense ball game which takes place across Ashbourne – as thousands of spectators descend on the town to watch.
If you’re confused about anything to do with the event, be sure to check out our full guide about Ashbourne Royal Shrovetide here.
The Up’ards took a 1-0 lead at about 8.15pm on day one after hours of stop-start play. The scorer was named locally as Tom Leighton and the Ashbourne Shrovetide Committee officially confirmed this at the Greenman pub later on.
But the Down’ards ensured there was a dramatic conclusion to day two with a last-minute equaliser, courtesy of Craig Frith, to ensure it was honours even.
We have provided updates and reaction before, during and after the play on both days. You can check out our coverage and recap on what happened, below: