Division 2A & 2B Previews – Gameday 12

Division 2A

There are only three league encounters in Division 2A this week and they all take place on Friday evening. The tie of the round is arguably Pearse Og v Keady as both sides are pushing for a promotion spot.

Carrickcruppen currently sit on 14 points at the top of the table with Pearse Og and St Paul’s on 13. Keady are just below that in fourth position as they have racked up 12 points but have played an extra game than the Ogs.

Keady have won three on the bounce, two of which were without their talisman James O’Hara. O’Hara was out in America with QUB for two weeks but should line out on Friday evening.

There are only three league encounters in Division 2A this week and they all take place on Friday evening.
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The Ogs are a team in fine fettle given their recent results and they haven’t lost a game since the start of May. That was against Keady however, with nine the difference in the end, so the Ogs will be out for revenge.

Carrickcruppen will hope to grow their advantage at the top of the table when they take on Grange. Chris Rafferty’s side have lost their last two outings and will be keen to get out of the relegation zone.

St Paul’s will be eager to close the gap at the top of the table as they welcome Shane O’Neill’s to Lurgan. St Paul’s lost to Pearse Og last week while Shane O’Neill’s picked up a share of the spoils against Tullysaran.

There are only three league encounters in Division 2A this week and they all take place on Friday evening.
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Division 2B

Belleek have lost their last two games to Derrynoose and Wolfe Tones and travel to Tir na nOg on Friday. They will be without the influential Callum O’Neill, who suffered a shoulder injury last week.

Tir na nOg are one of the sides trailing Belleek at the top of the table but are still vying for a promotion place. They are on a five-game winning streak since they lost to Belleek by two-points back in round five.

Wolfe Tones, who overcame Belleek last weekend, are second in the table and they travel to Whitecross. They will be without Jamie Haughey however, who picked up an injury in last Friday’s game.

Whitecross captured a victory over Derrynoose last weekend by the minimum of margins thanks to a late score from Cathal McSherry. A win here will see them take a step closer towards the top four.

Clann Eireann IIs hold third spot in the table, five-points off the league leaders, and they travel to Crossmaglen. The Lurgan men have won four of their last five outings while the Rangers are still chasing their first victory.

There are only three league encounters in Division 2A this week and they all take place on Friday evening.
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