2018 certainly had its fair share of craziness, but what could 2019 possibly have in store?

Below, we outline our predictions for Ireland for 2019!

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Thanks to ‘Beast from the East II,' Brennan's Bread profits will skyrocket as they rush to keep up with demand yet again.

Twitter / Helen Ni Chiarain

Twitter / Helen Ni Chiarain

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Mayo will finally the GAA All-Ireland Senior Football Championship, ending Dublin's quest for a five-in-a-row as well as their own decades-long drought.

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Saoirse Ronan will finally win an Oscar for her turn in Mary Queen of Scots.

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After resigning, Donald Trump will retire to his golf club and resort in Doonbeg, Co Clare.

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A no-deal on Brexit will force a referendum on Irish unity.

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With summers finally trending warmer in Ireland, emigrants will return in flocks to re-settle at home.

Marble Hill Beach in Co Donegal (Ireland's Content Pool)

Marble Hill Beach in Co Donegal (Ireland's Content Pool)

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Taking a cue from the Republic, Northern Ireland will host a referendum and finally makes gay marriage legal.

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Spurred by healthy competition, Irish airlines offer the lowest prices in decades, further boosting the already strong Irish tourism industry.

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In a cross-over event, Ardal O'Hanlon will reprise his role as Father Dougal for a guest appearance on the smash hit comedy Derry Girls.

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What do you think will happen in Ireland in 2019? Share in the comments!

What will happen in Ireland in 2019?