Sean Dolan’s v Glack
Glack have been going very well but they face a stiff test against an experienced Dolan’s team that has not been going as well as expected. Both look strong enough to make a serious push for promotion but on home soil Dolans are hard to unseat. They look physically stronger that Glack and that may just shade this one.
Drum v Magherafelt Thirds
Drum have been a bit below par so far this year and have not been getting the scores their build-up play warrants. They entertain a Magherafelt Thirds team whose form has picked up after an uncertain start. Nigel Dillon has been causing havoc against the opposing defences and if Drum are to win they must curb his scoring threat. Still, the young Drum team should have enough pace to take something from what is a difficult fixture. But they will need all their players on the field.
Magilligan v Bellaghy Thirds
Magilligan’s form had been up and down. Bellaghy will get nothing easy at the county’s most northerly venue when the experienced men of Bellaghy come to visit on Sunday. Magilligan are usually at their best at home and they should have a reasonable chance of coming out on top.
Ardmore v Doire Colmcille
Hats off to Doire Colmcille who keep fielding week after week despite receiving some heavy defeats week in week out. They look to be facing another mission impossible as they cross the city to take on Ardmore, a very experienced and capable team. Ardmore may have lost a number of players from last year due to emigration and work commitments but it is hard to see them not getting over the line in this one.