Armagh V Tullamore, Palace Grounds
Preview: Midlands club Tullamore epitomise the spirit of the AIB Junior Cup. Beaten finalists two seasons ago, they rocked up last season to take the trophy from arch rivals Navan.
They will do their utmost to beat Armagh on Saturday on the pitch and give them a wonderfully warm welcome off it.
Their track record speaks for itself while their road to the final this season has seen them squeeze past Coleraine before beating a spirited Sligo at Spollanstown in the last round.
Tullamore are having a mixed season in Division 1A of the Leinster Junior League. They are currently in fifth place with four wins in nine games.
The Offaly men will definitely score points on Saturday though as they have the second highest tally in their league with 163 to their credit. With 15 tries in the bank, they pose a threat to any side.
Armagh host Tullamore this weekend with an impressive season already under their belt. They have knocked out Ballina and Cill Dara in the cup and their league form is pretty impressive with eight wins out of ten.
They sit proudly at the top of the Kukri Qualifying League in Ulster with 40 points and a game in hand on second-placed Ballymoney. Armagh is the home club of current IRFU President John Callaghan and they would surely like to win some silverware in his presidential season.
Tullamore will have vocal support but form says that a home win and a new name on the AIB Junior Cup could be on the cards.
IrishRugby.ie Prediction: Armagh to win by 1-5 points
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