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Ulster Bank League: Division 2C Previews

Ulster Bank League: Division 2C Previews

The clash of Wanderers in third and Old Crescent in first is of particular note in Division 2C this weekend. Tullamore, Bruff and Midleton are all in the mix to capitalise on the result either way.


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Wanderers (3rd) v Old Crescent (1st), Aviva Stadium
Wanderers have beaten both Tullamore and Bruff in recent weeks – both good results in the current standings.

Can they repeat the form against leaders Old Crescent?

The Limerick club were in imperious form dispatching bottom sides Sligo and Dundalk with a grand total of 106 points scored.

A home win narrows the gap but do Wanderers have the fire power?

Boyne (7th) v Tullamore (2nd), Shamrock Lodge
Boyne’s last outing was a 25 – 24 win over Kanturk that keeps them in 7th place.

Tullamore won two and lost one since the start of January including last weekend’s 16 – 13 victory over Midleton.

The midlands club will aiming to keep pace with Old Crescent and Wanderers but they’ll concentrate on the job in hand first.

Dundalk (10th) v Sligo (9th), Mill Road
Relegation battle.

Two dreaded words for any club but such is the nature of this game. Sligo are five points clear so a win would be a double whammy of sorts.

Home advantage may sway things in favour of Dundallk but expect this to be a nervy affair.

Kanturk (8th) v Navan (6th), Knocknacolon
Kanturk edged Dundalk by four points in their last game while Navan’s last result was a 14 – 6 loss to Midleton.

Navan can still make the top four with a run of decent form but they’ll need to start this weekend.

Kanturk should be clear of relegation worries but can’t afford too many slip ups.

Midleton (5th) v Bruff (4th), Towns Park
Big game time for both clubs with a top four slot at stake.

Two points separate them going into this game and that closeness is reflected in recent form as well.

Home advantage may be key.