Monaghan man Seamus Greenan prepares to attend his 71th consecutive Ulster final.
Seamus remembers his first Ulster final in 1943 when Cavan edged victory over his native county.
"It was a shocking wet day and coming home on the train I was saturated," he recalls.
"Monaghan lost it rather unluckily and the supporters were all going on about it on the train home."
Seamus admits that Donegal deserve to be strong favourites for Sunday's decider but he is holding out some hope that his county could produce a major shock.