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Ulster Bank League: Division 2B Previews

Ulster Bank League: Division 2B Previews

City of Derry are unbeaten in Division 2B with Highfield six points behind. Can the rest of the pack catch the pacesetters? Greystone stand in their way this weekend.

ULSTER BANK LEAGUE: DIVISION 2B: Saturday, October 31

Kick-off 2.00pm unless stated –

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Bective Rangers (4th) v Sunday’s Well (7th), Donnybrook
Bective’s win over Seapoint pushed kept them in the top four and a follow up win on Saturday will keep them well in the hunt.

The Well won at home to MU Barnhall to push them into 7th place, just four behind their hosts for the weekend.

The Donnybrook side will hope to leapfrog Greystones is results elsewhere go in their favour. First and foremost they must get the home win.

City of Derry (1st) v Greystones (3rd), Judge’s Road
City of Derry have been all conquering so far in the league. Four try bonus in five wins has them ten points clear of Greystones.

The Wicklow side lost to Highfield in their last game – a tough run against the top two clubs.

Form favours the home side in Judge’s Road.

Highfield (2nd) v Seapoint (10th), Woodleigh Park
Not a time for Highfeild to get complacent. They have a chance to reel in City of Derry or put distance between themselves and Greystones.

Seapoint are yet to win a game, though they have earned three losing bonuses.

A home win.

MU Barnhall (6th) v Armagh (5th), Parsonstown
This is a tight division once you are outside the top four. From Armagh in 5th to Dungannon in 9th there is only a point.

Both sides have won two from five so this is a key game as they aim to keep in touch with the top four sides.

Tough to call but Armagh could take it.

Rainey OB (8th) v Dungannon (9th), Hatrick Park
Another important game as we settle into the nuts and bolts of the season.

Two wins in five games for both clubs but a win on Saturday might give them some breathing room.

Both need to tighten up their defence. A home win.