Many of Dublin's All-Ireland heroes have returned to action this weekend.
The Dublin Senior Football Championship has reached the quarter-final stages with two double-headers taking place in Parnell Park over the next two days.
The opening match of the night saw former All-Ireland champions St. Vincents up against St. Sylvesters, with Diarmuid Connolly among the star names on the Vincents side.
While the Marino-based side ran out comfortable winners, Connolly impressed in the half-forward line. TV3's Tommy Martin was at the game and unwittingly recorded one of Connolly's assists.
How good is this?
— Tommy Martin (@TommyMartinVM) September 29, 2017
The game was broadcast on eir sport 2, where former Mayo manager James Horan and Connolly's Dublin teammate Paul Flynn were impress by his performance.
His pass that less to a Mossy Quinn point didn't even make his highlights package, such was the class he showed in the opening 30 minutes.
— eirSport (@eirSport) September 29, 2017
St. Vincents won the game by 0-20 to 0-7. One of Connolly's final passes may have been his best of the night.
— eir Sport (@eirSport) September 29, 2017
After a year of frustration at inter-county level, Connolly looks on top form in the white and blue of St. Vincents. Dublin defenders, beware!