WATCH: "Go Raibh Míle Maith Agat" - Limerick's Greg O'Shea Thanks Public As He And Amber Gill Win Love Island
Limerick man Greg O'Shea and his partner Amber Rose Gill have won the 2019 series of Love Island.
The rugby player was the last person to enter the villa less than two weeks ago but won this year's edition of the show after coupling up with Amber.
The pair will now split a £50,000 prize fund between them after topping the public vote.
Thanking those who voted for them, O'Shea said "I never thought this was going to happen at any stage. Go raibh míle maith agat to all the Irish fans and English fans, everyone!"
Greg and Amber were surprise winners after beating off competition from favourites Tommy Fury & Molly-Mae Hague, Ovie Soko & India Reynolds and Curtis Pritchard & Longford's Maura Higgins who took fourth position.
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