DUP leader Arlene Foster has said she will consider attending Fermanagh's appearance in Gaelic football's Ulster Final.
Mrs Foster indicated she could be in Clones, Co Monaghan on June 24 for the Ernemen's first final outing in a decade.
Her comments came after she tweeted praise for Fermanagh's shock victory over Monaghan in Sunday's semi-final.
The tweet was welcomed by many on social media as a positive gesture and even prompted a member of the Fermanagh squad to tweet her back with the offer of a ticket.
Cheers mate, we have a ticket saved for you for the final 💚💚💚 @FermanaghGAA pic.twitter.com/FqI3mlfyaY— Ciaran McBrien (@C_Mac888) June 3, 2018
Mrs Foster, an Assembly member for Fermanagh and South Tyrone, said she had not been "formally" invited but would consider saying yes if one arrived.
"I will consider any invitation that's sent to me," she told the Press Association.
"I understand somebody tweeted me an invitation or a ticket, but of course I haven't been formally invited yet and I'll wait and see what happens."
In the past unionist politicians have been uneasy at the prospect of attending GAA matches in Northern Ireland, given that the Irish national anthem is played at the start of games.
That would be less of a concern for a match played across the border in Clones in Co Monaghan.
"There are a lot of my neighbours and friends who are very much GAA supporters and for them this is a huge deal to actually get to the Ulster Final because the last time was 2008," said Mrs Foster.
"They weren't expected to win yesterday - well maybe the Fermanagh team were expecting to win - but a lot of people and a lot of pundits outside of Fermanagh didn't rate their chances and the fact they have won, I just acknowledged that and said congratulations to my fellow county men."
On the prospect of attending the final, she added: "As I understand it the final is on Sunday 24 June. Obviously there is a lot of water that will go under the bridge between this and that and let's wait and see."