The barony of Duhallow, located in Cork's north-west, played host to a Junior hurling clash on Friday night.
Long has it been the case that such anomalies as 'man wearing jeans playing corner forward' or 'farm animals on the pitch' are considered Junior B clichés.
So much so, in fact, that in an internet age where such sights can conveniently be captured on a phone, the phrase 'Junior B' has taken on a meaning of its own - it's now used by some eejits as an adjective to describe scenarios which might have nothing to do with GAA, but are slightly rural in their nature.
Now, we don't condone that "most Junior B thing ever" bullshit - that is, unless, you're using it to describe scenes similar to this one:
What exactly is The Rock O'Sullivan doing playing midfield of a Junior hurling game in Castlemagner, we hear you ask? Well, if you look a tad closer, you'll find that that is actually a large, powerful cow, galloping(?) up the pitch with unprecedented intensity.
Jokes aside, spare a thought for the man chasing her, wielding his hurl like an axe in what can only be described as a desperate attempt to stem her rampage through a porous midfield.
The picture was originally taken by Dermot Cremin, and sparked some superbly punny responses over on the Hurling Banter Page.