When going to a club game, it is always a little bit more interesting if there will a few inter-county players on show. Such names are meant to be the cream of the crop in a given county and it is always intriguing to see if they perform as such.
You can often be left disappointed in such circumstances. On other occasions, you are left in no doubt who the star performers are.
Daniel Flynn provided a perfect example last weekend.
The Kildare man was in club action for Johnstownbridge against Nass in the club's Senior Football Championship on Sunday, a game that Nass would win on a scoreline of 1-18 to 0-10.
However, it was Flynn that provided the standout moment of the match.
The 27-year old would score a remarkable point, picking the ball up deep inside his own half before running the length of the pitch and scoring with the outside of his left foot. The score even included a hand pass to himself in order to really build some momentum on the run.
You can watch the score below.
— OnPoint Performance Analysis (@AnalysisOnpoint) September 24, 2021
Of course, the 27-year old is no stranger to producing stunning scores. His goal against Dublin earlier this year is amongst the finest you will see in Croke Park.
The Leinster final hasn't gone Kildare's way, but this is some finish from Daniel Flynn 👏pic.twitter.com/ZgKZpPkV63
— Balls.ie (@ballsdotie) August 1, 2021
Not a bad skill to have up your sleeve.