After scoring a wonder goal to put Wexford Youths in the driving seat in the SSE Airtricity League promotion/relegation play-off against Drogheda United, Lee Chin will be an absentee for Friday's second leg as he attends the All Star Awards in Dublin.
Chin delivered in some style in the first minute of stoppage time at Ferrycarrig Park to give Youths a 2-0 advantage ahead of the return at United Park.
However, the game at United Park clashes with the All Star ceremony at the Convention Centre, with Chin named among the hurling nominees.
The 24-year-old has already stressed that hurling remains his priority and has played down his role in Wexford's triumph on Monday night.
Speaking in The Irish Independent, Chin said: "As I've said to the boys, it was nice to get in and get to know other lads in a different sport.
"They are a great bunch of lads. It was nice to be a part of it, to join and fight for them. I wouldn't look at myself as a huge value to the club. In my opinion, if I'm not there on Friday night there are three or four other lads who could step in off the bench and do a better job.
"The 2-0 cushion maybe makes it a little easier for me to not be there on Friday night."