Division 1A & 1B Previews – Gameday 13

Division 1A

There is only one Division 1A game scheduled for this weekend and it’s a huge one at the bottom of the league table. Granemore and Dromintee are the bottom two, and they lock horns on Friday.

Both teams only have one win to their names, although Granemore have four-points while Dromintee have two. Kieran Quinn’s Dromintee will enjoy home advantage however when the pair collide.

It’s the first of two meetings these two teams will have as the league comes to an end. They will also do battle in the final round league action, which isn’t until the first weekend of August.

There is only one Division 1A game scheduled for this weekend and it’s a huge one at the bottom of the league table.
Photo Credit: John Merry

Dromintee overcame Killeavy by four-points in round two, 1-8 to 0-7, but it’s been all down hill from there. The St Patrick’s men, who earned promotion to the top tier last season, have lost eight on the bounce.

Before last weekend, Granemore’s only two-points came from draw against Madden and Silverbridge, but they earned their first win last week. They beat Killeavy by one-point, with Jason O’Neill securing the victory.

Armagh Harps beat Silverbridge on Wednesday night, thanks to two goals either side of the half time break. James McCoy netted in the first half while substitute Conor Lavery hit 1-2 in their 2-11 to 1-12 win.

There is only one Division 1A game scheduled for this weekend and it’s a huge one at the bottom of the league table.
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Division 1B

Mullaghbawn can secure promotion to Division 1A and the league title on Friday evening if they earn a win. They take on St Peter’s this weekend and are eyeing up their fifth victory on the trot.

Mullaghbawn had a great couple of days last week, beating Ballymacnab and St Patrick’s by one-point each. A win on Friday will leave them on 21-points, with Clan na Gael their closest contenders on 15-points, but with only two games remaining.

Declan Campbell’s men have only lost once this season, and drawn once as well, but have won nine of their 11 outings. St Peter’s on the other hand are currently more concerned with the other end of the table.

They are one-point above the relegation zone at the minute on nine-points. They lead Ballymacnab (8) and Sarsfields (6), so a win would certainly help to ease their relegation fears.

There is only one Division 1A game scheduled for this weekend and it’s a huge one at the bottom of the league table.
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