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Round 5 of the Credit Union Senior Football League 2015-06-06 15:51:00

Round 5 of the Credit Union Senior Football League

There is another hectic weekend of activity in store as the Credit Union Senior Football League approaches the half way mark with the playing of Round 5 this weekend.

Dr Crokes remain top of the Division 1 table on 7 points, one ahead of Milltown Castlemaine with four teams on 5 points, Kerins O’Rahillys, Desmonds, Austin Stacks and Kilcummin. The big game this weekend is the meeting of Kerins O’Rahillys and Desmonds and the Tralee side can go top of the table with a win as the Dr Crokes V Dingle game, as well as the Waterville V Kilcummin encounter are put back to the weekend of June 21st.  There is also a vital game at the other end of the table where Glenbeigh-Glencar play hosts to fellow strugglers, St Michaels-Foilmore.

In Division 2 Kenmare, Rathmore and John Mitchels are joint top on 7 points but  the local derby meeting of Gneeveguilla and Rathmore will not go ahead until July 3rd.  At the other end of the table, the meeting of Laune Rangers,who have 1 point, and Currow who have yet to register a point, has the distinct look of a relegation match about it even at this early stage.

Beaufort top Division 3 on 7 points with Keel, St Pats and Annascaul all in joint second place a point behind. With 6 clubs on two points at the lower half of the table there is sure to be some intense activity in this division over the weekend. An Ghaeltacht v Brosna is a back game that will be played on the weekend of June 21st.

In Division 4, Castlegregory (7 points) and Ballydonoghue (6 points) are first and second in the table following their draw in the previous round and there are six teams on four points just below them.  Cromane remain struggling at the foot of the table on 2 points with Firies, Dr Crokes and Lispole a point better off just above them. The meeting of Cordal and Firies will see the opening of the newly developed Cordal pitch on Sunday at 3pm.The game between Dromid Pearses and Firies goes back to July.

Meanwhile in Division 5 Valentia top the table on 7 points with Moyvane and  Sneem-Derrynane just a point behind and the big game in this Division this weekend is the meeting of Valentaiaand Moyvane in Chapeltown.