This weekend, Banbridge Rangers have been pitted against AFC Craigavon for the second successive game. They’ll be hoping to hold out their opponents again to earn their fourth clean sheet on the trot in what has been an impressive run by the local side.
They could go third in the Intermediate A league table with another victory. And with second placed Camlough taking on third-placed Newry City AFC, they’ll make up ground on at least one of the teams currently above them. All kick-offs 2.15pm unless stated.
Seapatrick host Broomhill on Saturday and they could potentially lift themselves out of the bottom two by leapfrogging their opponents with a win.
After a week off last weekend, Moneyslane make the trip to take on Lurgan Town as they continue their quest for promotion to the top Mid-Ulster division.
Slane are currently four points off top spot with games in hand on the leaders but it’s the teams below them they need to watch. Valley Rangers and Hanover are just two and three points adrift of Moneyslane, having both played four games less.
Slane can afford few slip-ups and Saturday’s is surely a must-win if they’re to achieve their promotion goal.
It’s bottom hosts top in Division Three as Cloney welcome leaders Knockmenagh Swifts.
Banbridge YCOB also host the leaders as division Four’s Aghalee Village come to town.
Rathfriland Rangers host second-placed Downpatrick at Iveagh Park while Dromara travel to Dunmurry Rec. In Div 1C, Dromore Amateurs travel to Holywood. (All games 2pm.)