It's very much a case of as you were for Bangor in Section One for their forthcoming campaign.
There are no players in or out the revolving door at Upritchard Park, although there is a new captain, with Chris Burns taking the armband from Andy Nixon.
They enjoyed 8 wins but lost 10 times to flirt with relegation, eventually beating Cliftonvilel to avoid the drop.
Taimur Khan is once again expected to play a pivotal role after top scoring for them with 679 runs at 42.44 (7 fifties) in 2017 as well as picking up 25 wickets.
Mark English topped the averages while scoring the only two senior hundreds so a lot will depend on him too.
Andy Nixon, Chris Burns, Mike Grossett and George Prince together with Khan could form a formidable bowling unit if they all fire.
Bangor often struggle with player availability and depending on personnel, it remains to be seen which end of the table they will be competing at in 2018.