Derry hope to lap up a double bonus when they host Monaghan in the Ulster football championship on Sunday.
Not only will Damian Cassidy’s side be seeking to claim the scalp of the team that have dumped them out of the Championship reckoning for the past two years but they will be hosting the game in what is now a state of the art stadium.
Celtic Park has undergone a massive face-lift, an imposing new grandstand that seats 4,000 fans the centre-piece of the refurbishment.
For too long now, the venue has trailed behind others in the province but on Sunday the house full notice is expected to go up once again.
And the fans are certainly in for a pleasant surprise given the range of facilities that will be on offer.
Ulster Council spokesman Ryan Feeney says: “The province now boasts some of the best stadia and Celtic Park is now right up there among these.
“The amenities are superb and I think that followers coming to Sunday’s game will be well pleased with what they see.”