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Update after Round 4 Credit Union SFL 2016-06-06 18:36:00


Credit Union Senior Football League
June is certainly a busy week for the Credit Union Senior Football Leagues. There are four rounds in a five week period culminating with Round 7 on July 2nd. A decision taken by the Clubs at county committee level last November, means that all rounds of the League have to be completed by the last Sunday in September and that means additional rounds for this time of the year.

Last weekend saw the resumption of the league after an eight week break for senior and club championships fixtures and Round 5 goes ahead this coming weekend with all games, with one or two exceptions, fixed for Saturday at 7pm due to Kerry’s Munster championship game with Clare. The usual Sunday default date does not apply this weekend. A number of games have been deferred by agreement due to the Mick O’Dwyer tournament in Waterville.

In Division 1, Dr Crokes and Templenoe top the table following impressive victories over Kenmare and Dingle respectively last weekend while Dingle, Austin Stacks and Kerins O’Rahillys share third place on 6 points. Kenmare, Legion and Glenbeigh-Glencar remain pointless at the bottom. This weekend there is a big local derby with Dr Crokes hosting Legion (Sunday at 12 noon) but the Austin Stacks V Kerins O’Rahillys game is off. Joint leaders, Templenoe, have Milltown-Castlemaine as visitors.
In Division 2, some teams have played five games while others have played just three but leaders St Marys were caught at home by Beaufort last weekend in a high scoring game and Waterville recorded a good victory over Rathmore to move into joint second place. At the other end of the table, Laune Rangers’ woes continued when they suffered a heavy defeat to Finuge while St Michaels-Foilmore picked up their first point when drawing away to Spa who move up to third in the table. This weekend will see a four pointer at Killorglin where Laune Rangers take on St Micheals-Foilmore, and as neither St Marys nor Waterville are in action, Spa will get a chance to go joint top of the table – provided of course that they get the better of a Listry side who have 5 points from a possible 8. Meanwhile, Rathmore and Glenflesk, together on 4 points, meet in a local derby in Rathmore.
In Division 3, Currow continued their good form with a fine victory over Keel and lead the table on 7 points followed by Gneeveguilla, Ballydonoghue and Annascaul all three of whom recorded victories over St Senans, Dromid Pearses and Brosna respectively last weekend. At the bottom, Ardfert, with two games in hand, and Tarbert are pointless but Ardfert were due to play St Pats on Tuesday evening in a back game. This weekend, Currow play Annascaul in a top of the table clash on Friday evening while Ballydonoghue play Beale in a local derby. Pointless Tarbert have St Pats as visitors and Ardfert are home to Keel. The Gneeveguilla V Dromid Pearses game has been deferred.
In Division 4, Na Gaeil and Fossa top the table on 8 points following impressive victories over Renard and Firies respectively. Ballymac lie in third place following a good victory over Skellig Rangers in Portmagee. Renard and Lispole remain rooted to the bottom of the table with just one point each. This weekend, the big game is the top of the table clash between Ballymac and Fossa while Na Gaeil are home to Churchill who are in the bottom half of the table. There is a big four pointer in Valentia where the Young Islanders were due to take on neighbours Renard is not going ahead.
In Division 5, there is a three way tie at the top of the table with Castlegregory, Cordal and Rathmore B, who have a game in hand, sharing the lead on 6 points. Castlegregory had a big win over Austin Stacks “B” last weekend while Cordal defeated Knocknagoshel by a point. Tuosist and Sneem-Derrynane who share fourth place in the table, played out a high scoring draw in Tuosist. This coming weekend, the big game is the meeting of joint leaders Cordal and Rathmore “B” while the third team at the top, Castlegregory,

Credit Union Senior Football League resumes this weekend

After a hectic 8 weeks of County and Club Championships, the Credit Union Senior Football League resumes this weekend with Round 4 games down for decision. The games are spread out between Saturday and Sunday and with the fine weather set to continue, no doubt these games will be hotly contested!
All games Saturday 4th June @ 7pm (unless otherwise noted)

Division 1

In Division 1 there is a table topper in Dingle where the locals take on the inform team of the year Templenoe. Both sides have full points from their 3 games as have Dr Crokes who travel to pointless Kenmare. Apart from Kenmare, 3 other sides have yet to register a point; Legion who are home to Austin Stacks, and John Mitchels who are home to Desmonds. The Glenbeigh/Glenccar V Milltown/Castlemaine game goes back to June 26th. Kerins O’Rahillys and Kilcummin get proceedings underway on Friday evening at 6:30pm.

Division 2
St Marys top Division 2 with full points from their 4 games played and they are home to Beaufort who have 2 from 4 games. Spa and An Ghaeltacht are on 5 points each with Spa home to pointless St Michaels Foilmore and An Ghaeltacht, fresh from their Intermedaite victory over Ardfert last weekend, are home to Listowel Emmets. Laune Rangers, pointless from their 3 games, travel to Finuge who are 1 point better off.

Division 3
In Division 3, there is a top of the table clash at Currow where the locals play Keel with both sharing the top of the table on 5 points. They are followed by 5 teams on 4 points each and 4 of those sides clash this weekend with Dromid Pearses home to Ballydonoghue and St Senans home to Gneeveguilla, The fifth team, Annascaul, are home to Brosna who have just a point from their three games played. Ardfert and Tarbert have yet to register a point and both are on the road this weekend with Ardfert making the short trip to St Pats (Tuesday evening) and

Division 4
In Division 4, Na Gaeil and Fossa are out on their own on 6 points and while Na Gaeil are at home to Renard who have just 1 point, Fossa entertain Firies who are 1 of three teams a point behind the leaders in a local derby. The other two teams on 5 points, Ballymac and Skellig Rangers, meet in Ballymac. Moyvane, who have yet to earn a point, travel to Scartaglen.

Division 5
Rathmore B team are top of the table on 6 points and welcome Ballylongford who have 2 points, while there are 5 teams on 4 points with 4 of those meeting this weekend; Tuosist are home to their neighbours from across Kenmare Bay, Sneem –Derrynane while on this Friday evening, Cordal play Knocknagoshel and the other team on 4 points, Castlegregory, are home to Austin Stacks B.