Armagh fans are set to hold aloft a poster calling for justice for murdered Lurgan woman Natalie McNally.
The Orchard county welcome Mayo to the Athletic Grounds for the second weekend of the National League; hoping to add another two points to the two collected against Monaghan last weekend.
however, there will be a particularly poignant moment in the 32nd minute when fans are being asked to hold aloft posters – donated by Instant Print – which are being made available around the ground from 2.30pm.
Fans are also encouraged to join in in a minute’s applause.
Natalie’s family – who are big supporters of Armagh GAA – are expected to be in attendance.
Earlier this week, a 32-year-old man appeared in court charged with Natalie’s murder.
On Saturday, Glenavon FC unfurled a banner demanding an end to violence against women.