April began for me with a trip to Lurgan for the Irish Cup Semi-Final, to see Linfield secure a late 1-0 win over Dungannon Swifts.
The following weekend was another 1-0 win for Linfield and just as important, a League win against Crusaders that blew the title race wide open.
April saw the launch of a new mural in Belfast City Centre, in the Cathedral Quarter, which I went and got photos of.
On Easter Saturday, I headed to Ballymena to see Linfield beat Ballymena 2-0.
On Easter Monday, I cycled to Lisburn to get some Street Art photos from the City Centre.
The following night, I headed to Windsor Park to see Linfield secure vital win over Glenavon.
On the following Saturday, the football continued, heading Coleraine to see Linfield beat Coleraine and finally get to the top of the Irish League.
Towards the end of the month, a mural of The Two Ronnies appeared in Belfast City Centre, so I headed out to get photos of this.
The penultimate day of the month saw me head to Solitude where Linfield needed to avoid defeat in order to win the Irish League. It didn’t look good at half-time, but a Andrew Waterworth hat-trick in the second-half saw the trophy head to Windsor Park.
Immediately after the game, there was a celebratory event at Windsor Park so that supporters unable to get into Solitude could join in the celebrations. Naturally, I was there getting photographs.