Division 3A & 3B Previews – Gameday 12

Division 3A

The Division 3A league action gets up and running on Thursday evening this week as An Port Mor host Ballyhegan. Only two place separate the sides in the league table, but there’s a five-point gap between them.

An Port Mor suffered a heavy defeat to league leaders Forkhill last weekend with 11-points the difference in the end. On the other hand, ended a poor run of form with an away victory over St Michael’s.

Forkhill lead the way at the top of the table by a single point, but they can grow that lead against Lissummon. It’s top against bottom when these two sides lock horns on Friday evening.

The Division 3A league action gets up and running on Thursday evening this week as An Port Mor host Ballyhegan.
Photo Credit: Sinead Snaps

St Michael’s are just above Lissummon in the league table and remain in the relegation zone. Collegeland sit just above them and the two sides lock horns on Friday, with two huge points up for grabs.

Paul Doyle’s men have been in great form of late, which has helped to lift them out of the relegation zone. They’ve picked up three wins from their last four outings, including a one-point triumph over Middletown last week.

Middletown will be keen to bounce back this week as they are still in with a real chance of promotion. They are third in the table at present, and they will enjoy home advantage against Eire Og on Friday.

The Division 3A league action gets up and running on Thursday evening this week as An Port Mor host Ballyhegan.
Photo Credit: Sinead Snaps

Division 3B

Mullabrack and Clady cross swords on Thursday evening and Mullabrack get their Division 3B2 campaign underway. Clady already have one win under their belt having saw off Killean last weekend.

With the points carrying over from the first round of Division 3B league fixtures, Clady currently lead the Division 3B2 league table. They lead Mullabrack by the minimum of margins.

Killeavy IIs and Madden IIs are also out this weekend as they get their Division 3B2 accounts up and running. Madden IIs, who have one win to their name this season, are away from home.

In their Division 3B1, league leaders Thomas Davis are on home turf as they take on Redmond O’Hanlon’s. Thomas Davis have yet to lose a game while O’Hanlon’s overcame St Peter’s IIs last week.

St Peter’s IIs will be keen to bounce back from just their second league defeat of the campaign. They are on the road on Friday night as they travel to Dorsey, who are bottom of the four-team table.

The Division 3A league action gets up and running on Thursday evening this week as An Port Mor host Ballyhegan.
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