Q Sports Desk
Jamie Clarke will shoulder most of the scoring burden for Armagh heading into Sunday's Championship opener against Cavan.
The Crossmaglen forward toyed with the idea of spending this year travelling, instead he made do with a few weeks abroad that saw him miss the end of the National League campaign.
He's slotted back in easily enough, and scored a hat-trick in a challenge game against Louth.
Speaking to Kevin McAnena at their meet the fans night, he was remaining modest:
The Ulster Championship gets underway this weekend at Breffni Park as Armagh play Terry Hyland's Cavan.
Both the Armagh and Cavan teams have a youthful feel about them - Cavan of course back boned by those successful under-21 teams that have appeared in the last four Ulster finals, and winning the last three.
Meanwhile, Paul Grimley's given the Armagh squad a bit of an overhaul since coming in for his first season in charge - 18 year old Ciaran O'Hanlon starting at centre half forward being the big story there.
The Armagh County Board held a meet the players night for the fans as part of the build up to this game at the Athletic Grounds - Kevin McAnena went along to speak to Aaron Kernan:
Derry City are on their travels tonight with a trip to Drogheda.
Kevin Deery is available again and will be a boost to Declan Devine's midfield options.
The Candystripes are hoping to bounce back from two defeats in a row that have seen them drop down to third in the table.
Kick off is at 7.45pm.
Northern Ireland international Niall McGinn has earned himself a new deal at Aberdeen.
The County Tyrone man has extended his stay at Pittodrie until 2016.
McGinn hit 22 goals for the club this year.
It's Alastair Seeley who takes the headlines after last night's first races at the North West 200.
The Carrick rider took two wins - pipping Michael Dunlop to the Supersport title, and then winning the Superstock class.
That's Seeley's 9th and 10th career wins at the annual event in total.
Elsewhere last night Jeremy McWilliams took victory in the Supertwins race.
Racing is due to resume tomorrow (Saturday), but the weather outlook isn't good.
Seeley tells Kevin McAnena he's delighted:
Derry hurlers lost out to Kerry yesterday in the Christy Ring Cup.
It finished up 14 points to 8 in Tralee.
Derry will still play in the competition's quarter final next weekend.
Elsewhere, Down knocked Armagh out with a 1-20 to 1-11 win in Crossmaglen.
Tyrone beat Monaghan 2-19 to 1-10 in the Nicky Rackard Cup, and Fermanagh drew with Warwickshire in the Lory Meagher Cup, 0-15 to 1-12.