Football during the festive period is normally associated with Boxing Day rather than Christmas Day - but not in Northern Ireland.
For December 25 is the traditional date for the 118-year-old Steel and Sons cup final - the only competitive match in Europe that is played on Christmas Day.
This year's final, which kicked off at 10.45am, saw nine-time winners Dundela take on amateur side Immaculata at the Seaview stadium, the venue for the final for the past 40 years.
The Seaview stadium, home to NIFL Premiership side Crusaders, underwent a revamp in 2009 with the club installing a 4G artificial pitch at their 3,500 capacity stadium - the first of its kind in Northern Ireland.
Immaculata were bidding to win the competition for the first time in their history but found themselves trailing at half-time with 21-year-old striker Carl McComb netting twice for Belfast Telegraph Championship One side Dundela.
The underdogs were given a ray of hope when an overhead kick from Ciaran Murphy went in via a deflection. But within a minute, Daniel Burns restored Dundela's two-goal cushion before McComb, who played in last year's final for Glentoran Seconds, completed his hat-trick with a coolly taken penalty.
The victory will give Dundela a much-needed boost as they try and catch Bangor in the Championship - they currently trail the league leaders by just a point.