Mahon, Egan, Mitchell, and Screeney - hear from last night's key players.
Offaly were always going to "take care of business", according to dual Leinster Under 20 Championship winner Cormac Egan.
The 20 year old was a Leinster and All Ireland winner with the county's footballers two years ago.
Last night he played a pivotal role in setting up Adam Screeney for a crucial Offaly goal.
Moments earlier the team's captain Charlie Mitchell was sent off for a second yellow card.
Egan says despite the challenges his side faced, he told Liam White he thought they'd always get over the line:
Mitchell was hit with two yellow cards before the 40th minute in Carlow.
His red card put Offaly under pressure, he tells Joe Troy he's grateful the panel has plenty of leaders:
Adam Screeney hit the game's only goal just after that red.
The young Kilcormac-Killoughey man has just graduated from minor hurling but insists there's no time like the present:
While full-back James Mahon says he's delighted, and is full of admiration for his team mates:
Our videographer @mark_forde95 has captured the amazing scenes in Carlow yesterday evening.— Official Offaly GAA (@Offaly_GAA) May 18, 2023
If you couldn't get there, this will make you feel like you were there.
Mile Buiochas Mark. pic.twitter.com/voSvqYSRHe
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