These are the images every Ulster Rugby supporter has been waiting to see since the season came to an abrupt halt back in March due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Ulster are back at the Kingspan and training again as a squad, though not quite as before with temperature checks and social distancing being part of the routine both on the training paddock and in the gym.
The players are now undergoing daily medical screening and assessment to ensure none are displaying virus symptoms, while cleaning gym equipment is also essential ahead of individual usage.
The plan is to begin a second phase of testing when the players return to some form of contact and if all proceeds according to plan - regarding the players' health and the general situation over the continued suppression of the virus - then Ulster will play competitively again at the end of August in Dublin.
This return to the Kingspan follows on from last week's successful completion of PCR testing for all the players and staff with Ulster being given a clean bill of health.
All four provinces are now back in training ahead of the proposed resumption of playing in just over seven weeks' time, with the aim being to complete an abbreviated version of last season's PRO14 ahead of playing out the Champions Cup to its conclusion.
Ulster's last game was on February 22 when they defeated the Cheetahs in Belfast.
Meanwhile, Saracens centre Brad Barritt has stressed his memories of his time with the north London club have not been tarnished.
On Monday, it was announced the 33-year-old, who has been a Saracens player since 2008, had signed a contract extension to stay until the end of the current season and will then be leaving.
When the campaign reaches its delayed conclusion, the club, coached by Ulsterman Mark McCall, will be dropping from the Gallagher Premiership into the Championship, having been relegated for salary cap breaches.
Barritt - winner of five Premiership and three European titles during his Saracens career - said: "You can't stop what people think, you can only look back and look yourself in the mirror and I know what I personally put into a journey and what I felt at the time and how it made me feel.
"At no point did I ever feel that those memories are tarnished."