Ulster GAA will be teaming up with Translink to provide a free shuttle bus service for supporters to enjoy convenient access to and from the Down v Antrim Ulster Football Championship games at Páirc Esler, Newry on Saturday 26th May.
6pm Irish Dancing; U14 Camogie; Minor Gaelic Saval v An Riocht; U14 Camogie An Riocht v Drumaness; 7pm to 9pm 'Bridging the Divide' programme for 8 to 13 years boys and girls, tonight mural making; Planning & Physical Development committee meeting
"Look, there's always relief when you achieve something that you know you're going to have to work very hard for and at the same time that's the same for every game, so it's nothing that's massively different, we just have to learn ourselves."
Cliché tells us that Ulster is the most competitive province but clichés are not always strictly true. Shocks have been few and far between in recent years - Down's toppling of Monaghan last year was a notable exception - and the gap between the haves and the have-nots has seemed to be widening, if anything.
What are you looking forward to most in the 2018 championships?