Ballyhale Shamrocks lost to Graignamanagh in the Kilkenny intermediate football league on Saturday.
Normally, such a game would not receive much attention.
When a 10-time All-Ireland winning hurler turns out for his club - to make his first gaelic football appearance in 14 years - it is certainly noteworthy.
Henry Shefflin togged out for Ballyhale in their six-point loss to Graignamanagh.
— Ballyhale Shamrocks (@BallyhaleGAA) January 30, 2016
Shefflin retired from inter-county hurling in March. His newly acquired free time seems to have allowed him to take up pursuits outside of hurling.
1st football game in 14 yrs @BallyhaleGAA and the team talk advice from manager "no one is allowed solo the ball" ???⚽️⚽️⚽️#hewasright
— Henry Shefflin (@ShefflinHenry) January 30, 2016
Shefflin's former Kilkenny hurling teammate David Herity - who is part of the county's football panel - was quick to offer the 37-year-old the opportunity of a trial.
— David Herity (@DavidHerity) January 30, 2016
Picture credit: Brendan Moran / SPORTSFILE