Boyle got the job done away to St. Bernard’s last weekend and their Connacht Cup run continues. They’ll be hoping to keep in touch with the top three when they travel to Shiven this weekend.
St. Peter’s meanwhile can leapfrog Castlerea Celtic this weekend when they take on Ballaghaderreen. As it stands, the Athlone side have two games in hand so this could be a pivotal weekend in the race for the title.
Saturday, February 24th
Herald Premier Division (7.45 pm)
Cloonfad United v Skyvalley Rovers
The hosts are slight favourites.
Prediction: Cloonfad United
Shiven Rovers v Boyle Celtic
A Boyle win keeps them in the mix.
Prediction: Boyle Celtic
Killeen Sportsgrounds Division Two (7.45 pm)
Glen Celtic v Cam Celtic
Difficult to pick between these two.
Sunday, February 25th
Herald Premier Division
Dysart FC v St. John’s Athletic. 11 am
There wasn’t much in it last time these sides met.
Ballaghaderreen FC v St. Peter’s FC. 2 pm
St. Peter’s can go top.
Prediction: St. Peter’s FC
Ballymoe FC v Ballinasloe Town. 2 pm
Ballinasloe will remain in the title race.
Prediction: Ballinasloe Town
Norio’s Takeaway Division One
Kilkerrin United v Hodson Bay Athletic. 11 am
Kilkerrin could take a giant step towards the Division One title here.
Prediction: Kilkerrin United
Killeen Sportsgrounds Division Two (2 pm)
Boyle Celtic B v Roscommon United
The hosts need to keep winning.
Prediction: Boyle Celtic B
Castlerea Celtic B v Shiven Rovers B
Cloonfad United B v Moylough ‘79
The visitors are within touching distance of top spot.
Prediction: Moylough ‘79
Rahara Rovers v Skyvalley Rovers B
Rahara can go level on points with Boyle.
Prediction: Rahara Rovers