LEGEND: Henry Shefflin Has Won More All-Irelands Than He Has Lost Games 6 years ago

LEGEND: Henry Shefflin Has Won More All-Irelands Than He Has Lost Games

Kilkenny legend Henry Shefflin has officially won more All-Ireland titles for Kilkenny than he has lost championship games. 

The hurling star was brought on as a substitute in the 58th minute of Saturday's All-Ireland senior hurling championship final replay against Tipperary at Croke Park.

As Kilkenny drove home to victory (2-17 to 2-14), Shefflin bagged his tenth All-Ireland medal on the day, creating an even more unusual GAA statistic, as he now has ten All-Irelands yet has lost just nine championship games with the county.

Indeed 'King' Henry, as he is dubbed by fans, became the first GAA player in the history of the game to win ten All-Ireland medals. He could well go in chase of another All-Ireland medal in 2015 - as he certainly didn't rule out the possibility when interviewed after the match.

It was a record-breaking day all round for the Cats, with team manager Brian Cody bagging his 14th All-Ireland (four as a player, ten as a manager).