Former Leinster and Ireland rugby star Eric Miller rolled back the years on Tuesday night as he traded an oval ball for a round one.
Miller, who retired from competitive rugby in May, rekindled his Gaelic football career as he came on as a substitute for Ballyboden St. Enda's in a Dublin AFL Division One game.
The 1997 Lion was introduced with a quarter-of-an-hour remaining in Ballyboden's 1-12 to 1-6 defeat by Thomas Davis at Kiltipper Road.
Miller, 30, had quite an influence as a target man as he won a late penalty - but the big back row squandered the spot kick, hitting it off the outside of the post.
He operated as a full-forward when winning a Dublin Under-21 championship medal with Ballyboden in the mid-nineties.
Speaking towards the end of his last rugby season, Miller said: "Hopefully, I'm not finished with sport. I'll play a bit of Gaelic football, and go back to the club (Ballyboden).
"It would be nice to play, just for a bit of craic."