The All-Ireland hurling championship is back but not exactly as we know it...
The weekend also saw the Allianz football leagues played to a conclusion.
Inpho were there to capture the action and the unusual scenes brought about by the staging of matches behind closed doors.
Kerry players tog out in the terraces. Credit: Lorraine O’Sullivan.
Cavan's horizon may well be lined with silver after relegation to Division 3. Credit: Tommy Grealy.
David Clifford captained the Kingdom to a first league success since 2017. Credit: Lorraine O’Sullivan.
Roscommon were crowned Allianz FL Division 2 champions. Credit: Tommy Grealy.
Kildare manager Jack O'Connor wears a trendy face mask. Credit: Inpho.
Spectators watch from the wall outside St Conleth's Park. Credit: Inpho.
Laois manager Eddie Brennan with an empty Hogan Stand in the background. Credit: Ryan Byrne.
Dublin scoring sensation Donal Burke in full flight for his goal. Credit: Ryan Byrne.
Yellow sliotars were introduced for the start of the All-Ireland championship. Credit: Ryan Byrne.
Meath's Conor McGill and Darren Hughes of Monaghan see the funny side of it. Credit: Inpho.
The neatly trimmed Brian Howard. Credit: Bryan Keane.
Waterford’s Clare Whyte lets fly during the All-Ireland camogie senior championship clash with Limerick at Walsh Park. Credit: Tommy Dickson.
Galway's Paul Conroy gets the leather in the nose. Credit: Bryan Keane.
A players’ kit box. Credit: Laszlo Geczo.
No footfall on these famous Semple Stadium steps. Credit: Ryan Byrne.
Mayo's rough and tumble league campaign. Credit: Laszlo Geczo.
Goalmouth action between Clare and Limerick. Credit: Ryan Byrne.
Can you name the Tyrone player? Credit: Laszlo Geczo.
A one-man show from Tony Kelly with 0-17. Credit: Ryan Byrne.
Limerick were presented with the Allianz HL Division 1 trophy. Credit: Ryan Byrne.