Donegal Senior hurling champions, Burt, are back in action this weekend when they take to the Ulster stage where they face Fermanagh senior champions, Lisbellaw.
The game is at Brewster Park in Enniskillen with a throw in time of 3.30pm a.
As back-to-back Donegal champions, Burt are also the reigning Ulster Junior champions having claimed their first ever provincial crown last season and they have now their sights firmly set on the Ulster Intermediate crown.
Burt defeated Sean MacCumhaills just over three weeks ago to retain the Donegal crown in pretty convincing fashion on 3-14 to 1-12 winning margin.
Full-forward Niall Campbell led the Burt chare with seven points in the county final win over MacCumhaills with Ronan McDermott, Mickey McCann and Conor McLaughlin bagging the goals.
After a slow burning start to the season, Burt came good in the county final and Peter McGonagle and his men focus now is firmly doing well in Ulster.
Marty McGrath and Joe Boyle anchor the central positions in defence and Ciaran Dowds and Ardal McDermott form a solid midfield pairing and provide the launching pad for what is a quality forward line.
Conor McLaughlin spearheads the attack at fullforward with Campbell and Mickey McCann in the corner forward berths while Stephen Boyle, Enda McDermott and Stephen Gillespie complete the half-forward line.
Lisbellaw are the dominant force in Fermanagh hurling for most of the last decade and will provide the Burt men with a stern challenge.