A global pandemic has meant all sorts of changes to the GAA season and today Laois GAA supporters find themselves keeping an eye on the final round of football league action and the first round of the Leinster hurling championship.
In both cases, nobody other the players, subs, management and a handful of officials are able to attend.
The Laois footballers make the long trip to Enniskillen to play Fermanagh in the final round of the Allianz Football League where Laois must win to have any chance of avoiding relegation from Division 2.
Even a win may not be enough to save Laois as they are currently in the relegation zone.
If Laois win, they need one of Clare, Kildare or Cavan to lose to Armagh, Westmeath or Roscommon respectively.
Fermanagh, who had their own Covid-19 issues to deal with recently, were beaten by Clare in Ennis last Sunday which means that they are already relegated.
And it will be very interesting to see how they approach this game as they play Cavan next weekend in the preliminary round of the Ulster championship.
Former Tyrone All Ireland winner Ryan McMenamin is in charge of Fermanagh.
After today’s game Laois have a two-week break before they play Longford or Louth in the Leinster championship quarter-final.