DUP leader Arlene Foster is attending today's Ulster SFC final in Clones.
Mrs Foster is attending her first GAA match which pits her native Fermanagh against favourites Donegal. Her historic attendance comes a week after she met Fermanagh team members and officials following a training session in the Lough Erne Resort.
The former First Minister was applauded and cheered by spectators as she took her seat in St Tiernach's Park ahead of Amhrán na bhFiann being played. She stood as it was played. She was accompanied by South Belfast MLA Christopher Stalford and was seated a row in front of Sinn Fein vice-president Michelle O'Neill.
Arlene takes her seat. Typical GAA fan, missed the curtain-raiser. pic.twitter.com/wZ3RwkhUe6- Niall McCoy (@McCoyNiall) June 24, 2018
Look whose popped in for the Ulster Final! pic.twitter.com/R6diHtkrBP- Fermanagh Herald (@Ferm_Herald) June 24, 2018
Ulster GAA President Michael Hasson welcomes @DUPleader Arlene Foster to St Tiernach's Park ahead of the Ulster GAA Football Senior Championship Final match between @officialdonegal and @FermanaghGAA pic.twitter.com/ELprCgtQum- Ulster GAA (@UlsterGAA) June 24, 2018