The return of club GAA action has brought with it some stunning action in both codes, and it really is great to have the club scene back and taking place in the thick of the summer.
While attendances at game are still severely limited, supporters around the country have been availing of the online streams in order to make sure they don't miss out on the action.
One of the games broadcast via this method was yesterday's Clare SFC match between Cooraclare and St Breckans. Those who tuned in were treated to one of the most bizarre goals you are ever likely to see.
It came towards the end of the second half, with St Breckans breaking through the opposition defence, but Jack Sheedy's goal was disallowed for a throw ball in the buildup.
Cooraclare attempted to restart the game quickly, with their goalkeeper even wandering away from the nets in order to make himself an option for the pass. Unfortunately for them, one of their player would bash the free off the head of a teammate, giving Sheedy the chance to score into an empty net.
Take a look at this:
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This would prove to be a costly moment, with St Breckans ultimately running out two-point winners on a scoreline of 2-8 to 2-6.
You won't see a stranger sequence of action all year.