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Its Round 8 of Credit Union Senior Football League 2016-07-13 22:57:00


Credit Union Senior Football League

It’s Round 8 of the Credit Union senior football league this coming weekend and with Round 9 pencilled in for the following weekend, we are already down to the business end of the competition with just four games remaining.

In Division 1
Dr Crokes are still out in front on 13 points followed by Dingle and Templenoe on 11 points. At the bottom, Kenmare and Legion picked up their first points of the League with victories in Round 7and above them John Mitchels are on 3 points with Kilcummin and Glenbeigh-Glencar on 4 each.
This weekend, Dr Crokes travel to Glenbeigh while there is a big local derby in Templenoe where the locals take on Kenmare. The meeting of Kilcummin and John Mitchels is another important game from a relegation point of view.
In Division 2,
St Marys top the table on 12 points with Waterville and Rathmore on 10 each but An Ghaeltacht, who have 2 games in hand, are lurking on 9 points.
At the bottom, St Michaels-Foilmore and Finuge are on 3 points each while Laune Rangers, Glenflesk and Listowel Emmets (who have two games in hand) are a point better off on 4. This weekend, leaders St Mary’s take on Spa who have faltered after a good start, while the meeting of Waterville and An Ghaeltacht is the big game at the top of the table. At the other end of the table, the meeting of Finuge and St Michaels-Foilmore is a four pointer at this stage of the season.
In Division 3,
Ballydonoghue, despite losing to St Pats in a back game last weekend, stay top of the table on 10 points followed a point behind by Currow and and Ardfert , both of whom have a game in hand. At the bottom, Tarbert are still pointless, Beale are on 3 points and Dromid are on 4 but both with two games in hand.
This week, the big game is the meeting of leaders Ballydonoghue and second placed Ardfert in Ardfert while bottom club Tarbert take on second placed Currow in Shannon Park with a win a must for the home side.
In Division 4,
Fossa and Na Gaeil are out on their own at the top on 14 points each. Firies, following victory over Moyvane in a back game last weekend, move into third place on 11 points. At the bottom, Valentia, with two games in hand, are on 2 points and also on 2 are Renard, who have a game in hand, and Moyvane.
This weekend, 3rd placed Firies host joint leaders Na Gaeil while the other joint leaders, Fossa, entertain Churchill. The three teams at the bottom of the table all play within a short distance of each other this weekend; Valentia and Renard are home to Ballymac and Scartaglen.
respectively while Moyvane make the long trip to Portmagee to take on Skellig Rangers.

In Division 5,
Castlegregory are on top on 12 points, with Cordal two points adrift in second place. Duagh, Sneem-Derrynane and Rathmore are all on 8 points, the latter two with a game in hand.
The big game this weekend is the top of the table clash of Castlegregory and Cordal in Castlegregory. Duagh travel to Ballyduff, Sneem-Derrynane are home to Knocknagoshel and Rathmore entertain Tuosist.