COME on you girls in Blue. And boys too. That's the shout this week from the Dublin players ahead of their Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Championship opener against Kilkenny in Parnell Park this Saturday (2.30).
The Dubs are hoping for a big following in Donnycarney.
"It would be great if everybody spread the word about the game.
"Hopefully the county will get behind us and we'll get a good support," states Sile Nic Coitir.
Sile is among a number of injury concerns for Shane O'Brien and his management team.
There's a cluster of players in a race to be fit for the tie.
"Unfortunately, I have been injured, and the match might arrive just a little too soon for me," admits Sile.
Yet there's excellent strength in depth in the squad as the Dubs fine tune preparations to tackle the All-Ireland runners-up.
The spirit in the camp is upbeat, and the echo of the panel's own Super Sunday is still lingering.
A couple of weeks ago, the players and management packed in quite a day.
They had early mass in Glencullen (8am). They then had a training session with the team's ambassador, Danny Sutcliffe, at the home of the Stars of Erin.
After that, there was a team building session at Bray Emmets, followed by a visit to Jump Zone, Sandyford.
Lunch at Johnny Fox's was certainly well earned. The grub was good. And the banter too.
And everybody still had enough energy to go for a walk in the Dublin Mountains.
On Saturday, they'd walk a million miles for a win against the Cats.