I hope you’ve enjoyed the month by month look back at the 2017-2018. The less said about what happened on the pitch, the better.
I took a lot of photos, so i’ve rounded up my favourites.
Feel free to vote for your favourite.
This was taken in June last year when The Oval was being used for filming a movie about Bert Trautmann, and was decorated to look like Maine Road. I went to get some photos.
I specifically wanted one with 1950s Maine Road and 2017 Oval both in the same shot, and this was my favourite from that day.
You have roadworks to thank for this photo.
I was held up heading to Ards v Linfield and missed the first couple of minutes.
This was the scene that greeted me as I entered, a crowd with their eyes fixated on the pitch on a warm summer evening.
I like the composition of this photo.
You may be surprised that Robert Garrett is attacking and not defending, he had just kept the ball in play and was now being surrounded by two Dungannon defenders.
I just like the composition of this shot. Taken during Spartans v Linfield in Scottish Challenge Cup.
Me being arty farty. I love trying to get pictures of rainbows over football grounds. Taken at half-time during Ballinamallard v Linfield in November. A rare time that afternoon when it wasn’t raining.
Same match, everyone huddled in the stand to avoid the rain. I like the composition of this shot.
Taken during the Northern Ireland v Switzerland match in November, green and white flags were left out before the game for fans to wave. I decided to take a shot as they were being waved and got lucky.
Everything fell into place for this shot, the sky, a well worked goal, and the whole team coming together to celebrate.
I like this shot because it captures the emotion of a last minute equaliser as part of a late comeback that never looked like coming.
I was heading to the exit for a quick getaway (in my defence, it was an away game on a weeknight) and stumbled upon this framing as Matthew Tipton looked on as Warrenpoint took on Linfield.
Taken during Cliftonville v Linfield in February, the guy in the red coat makes it makes it with his celebration as Linfield players celebrate in front of their fans.