On Sunday Derry and Tyrone will lock horns to signal the start of the 2019 Ulster senior championship.
To get the ball rolling, Moneymore are hosting 'Up or the Match' in Cookstown's Dunleath Bar (8.00) on Friday, May 11.
It will be a night of music, chat and craic with a prize of a bar tab for the best dressed fan.
All-Ireland medal winners Johnny McGurk and Chris Lawn will be joined by County Derry Post Journalist Michael McMullan and Teamtalkmag.com pundit Kevin Kelly.
The evening will be compered by Moneymore man and Derry GAA Vice-Chairman Stephen Barker.
The night will kick-start fundraising for the club’s development fund.
This year, off the field, Moneymore have brought together some ambitious plans for a gym and a multipurpose area along with an upgrade to their existing clubrooms.
“A bit of banter from the panel and GAA talk will set the tone for the evening,” McIvor added. “There will be a draw on the night for match tickets and signed jerseys and the best dressed county/club representative will make it an event not to be missed.”
The evening will start with the GAA debate at 8.00pm, with music to follow by Two Degrees. Entry by donation all proceeds to the club Development Fund.