It was Sean O'Shea who added the flourish to an ideal start for Kerry in the National League on Sunday.
The Kenmare centre-forward struck over a stunning sideline point from just inside the Tyrone 45m line to put his side ahead 0-10 to 0-7 as the game reached its final stages.
O'Shea's score - he hit six points in all with one coming from play - elicited memories of Maurice Fitzgerald's score in Thurles nearly 18 years ago.
And perhaps Fitzgerald's influence on Sunday's glorious point was made beyond O'Shea having seen that 2001 All-Ireland quarter-final point against Dublin on YouTube. The Cahirciveen man is also a selector under new manager Peter Keane.
You can watch O'Shea's point at the 43 second mark below.
Sportsfile photohrapher Stephen McCarthy was on the standside from where O'Shea took the kick and he captured a few superb shots of the point.
The incredible sideline kick from Kerry’s Seanie O’Shea and the reaction from new manager Peter Keane 👌🏻 pic.twitter.com/nw336TBOfm
— Stephen McCarthy (@sportsfilesteve) January 28, 2019