OK. A quick series of post mortems on the results. Overall Unionist vote at 59.3%, Nationalists at 35.7% and others including NI21 at about 5%. Cusher and Lagan River went as predicted, with little chance of change in the near future. Banbridge was also as predicted with 5 unionists and 2 nationalists, although interestingly here nationalists only got just over 2 quotas combined and the SF councillor would be vulnerable to any slippage in vote.An alliance candidate could pick this up. I saw the other 4 DEAs as being knife edge but in the event unionist candidates won all 4 of these races. Armagh went as predicted with a roughly 70%:30% split and 2 unionists getting home with a hefty SF surplus left over. The 2nd SDLP candidate would be most at risk of a 3rd SF seat in future. Portadown split 5 unionists to 1 nationalist with TUV and PUP transfers helping to push the UKIP candidate home ahead of the SDLP. Next time round this should be a target for SDLP. Craigavon surprised me the most. I had thought that there would be a narrow nationalist majority here but unionists were comfortably ahead. Perhaps this was due to low nationalist turnout and also there has been a lot of new housing built around Kernan which may have shifted the balance. Difficult to see a turnaround next time on this result. Finally Lurgan. I had thought that the combined nationalist vote would be close to 5 quotas here but unionists polled well and returned a comfortable 2DUP and 1 UUP. Overall a good result for unionists with only 2 or 3 potential changes for next time. UUP had the most votes but returned 1 less candidate than DUP. They could look to the Westminster election with a realistic chance of winning although SF would need to increase their tally if they have hopes of coming through the middle to win.