Division 2A & 2B Previews – Gameday 15

Division 2A

There are only two Armagh club league games on this weekend and both of those encounters are in Division 2A.

Culloville are involved in both, and this weekend could well dictate who gets their hands on the Division 2A league title.

Only one team is guaranteed promotion to Division 1B through the league, as the championship winner will also earn promotion.

So, these final few games are of vital importance and two games in three days will be tough on the Blues.

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Friday 14 July – St Patrick’s v Culloville – 7.30pm

The two top teams in Division 2A face off on Friday evening in what should be a hugely entertaining affair.

St Patrick’s currently lead the way at the top of the league table, three-points ahead of Friday’s opponents.

A victory on Friday evening would see Cullyhanna crowned league champions as they’re tally would then be uncatchable.

Cullyhanna would climb to 22 points and despite having a game in hand, Culloville could only reach 21.

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But Culloville will be confident they have enough in the tank to impose serious questions on their hosts.

When the sides last met, back in May, it was Culloville who earned the two-points on offer with a 2-8 to 0-8 win.

But Cullyhanna can call upon their county contingent, Jason Duffy, Aidan Nugent and Ross McQuillan this weekend.

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Sunday 16 July – Tullysaran v Culloville – 7.30pm

Two days later, Culloville will be out again and on the road once more as they head to Tullysaran on Sunday.

Should Culloville emerge victorious on Friday evening, then a win on Sunday would see them go to the top of the table.

Tullysaran are in desperate need of points as well as they’re concerns are focused on the bottom of the table.

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Tir na nOg and Wolfe Tones are currently in the relegation spots, one and two points behind Tullysaran respectively.

Tullysaran travel to Wolfe Tones on the final day, which could be a straight shootout to remain in the division.

John Devine’s side won by two-points when they last met Culloville, which will fill them with confidence.