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Two Rounds to be played in the Credit Union SFL   02/08/2017


Just 2 Rounds to be played in the Credit Union Senior Football League


There were a number of back games in the Credit Union senior football league in the last week or so and a number of others remain to be played before Round 10 on the weekend of August 13th.


In Division 1, there were a couple of major games played with Dr Crokes defeating  Dingle 2-13 to 0-10 and Rathmore’s promotion hopes receiving a set-back following defeat by Templenoe  0-20 to 4-5.

Dr Crokes are in the Division 1 final being four points ahead of the pack on 18 points followed by An Ghaeltacht on 14 and Rathmore and Glenbeigh-Glencar who are both on 12 points.

 At the other end of the table, Desmonds are relegated to Division 2 for next season. Austin Stacks are in big danger of relegation on 4 points as they have to play An Ghaeltacht and Rathmore in their last two games, and Milltown-Castlemaine are on 6 points above them. There are no back games in Division 1.


In Division 2, Legion are in a good position to make a quick return to Division 1 on 15 points, Spa are on 13 and Beaufort and Glenflesk are on 11 points, Kenmare are on 10 with a game in hand. At the bottom Listry are in danger of slipping to Division 3 but they do have a back game to play against Beaufort on this Thursday evening and did their chances of avoiding relegation a power of good by defeating Listowel Emmetts last weekend by 1-9 to 1-7. St Pats and Kilcummin are on 5 with Waterville on 6. Ardfert vs Kenmare is a back game to be played.


In Division 3, Dromid Pearses are on 16 points, Na Gaeil and Ballymacelligott both on 15 are in pole position for the three promotion places but at the other end of the table St Michaels-Foilmore continue their slide down the League tables with relegation to Division 4 next season. St Senans are on 3 points with two games in hand, Fossa are on 4 and Gneeveguilla are on 5. St Senans vs Annascaul  and St Senans vs Fossa are two  back games in this Division.


In Division 4, Skellig Rangers on 16 points followed by Keel (who defeated Castlegregory in a back game on Friday last by 1-17 to 0-8) and Lispole who  lead the chasing group on 15 points. Dr Crokes, following their 1-14 to 2-10 victory over Sneem-Derrynane last weekend are on 14 points and the promotion places are between these four.

At the bottom of the table Scartaglen look doomed to Division 5 football next season on just 1 point, Sneem-Derrynane are on 3 points, Beale are on 4 and Duagh on 5. There are no outstanding games.


In Division 5 Ballylongford are on 20 points, Cordal are on 18 and then you have Moyvane, Cromane and Churchill all still in the mix fighting it out for a place in Division 4..