This weekend saw Scarlets man Tadhg Beirne play in what may be his last home game for the club before his move to Munster.
Having failed to make the breakthrough at Leinster, the Irishman arrived to Wales in 2016 and went on to become a crucial figure in their free-flowing side filling in at both second-row and in the back-row. He is now set to return to these shores in a bid to force his way into Joe Schmidt's side.
Speaking after the game, former Welsh and Scarlets player Scott Quinnell paid a super tribute to the 26-year-old as well as Scott Williams and John Barclay, who are also set to depart the club at the end of the season.
Parc y bid farewell to some stalwarts yesterday. Here is @ScottQuinnell tribute. Watch the full interview: https://t.co/xYnIq8jq2Z @scarlets_rugby @johnbarc86 @ScottWilliams_1 @longdogbeirne pic.twitter.com/wBMqlEnf6X
— Sky Sports Rugby Union (@SkySportsRugby) April 8, 2018
Beirne's work is certainly not finished, with a Champions Cup semi-final coming down the tracks. Not that he needs it, but there is the added motivation of it being in his home country against his former club, Leinster.