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Division 2 Shield:

Ballymackey Fc B Vs Clodiagh Rangers Fc B
Ballymackey host Clodiagh here as both clubs fight for a place in the Division 2 Shield final. The Balinree natives will be favourites here and Timmy Fleming will look to add to his 6 goals this season. Clodiagh have been inconsistent throughout and will hope to spring a surprise here.

Stoppagetime.ie Prediction: Ballymackey Fc B

Premier Division:

Roscrea Town Vs Borrisokane Fc
Roscrea will look to continue their recent firm here as they play a Borrisokane side that have started the season above expectations. Roscrea have John Pio Fitzpatrick and Craig Phelan on form but they themselves will face an in form Shane Stapleton.

Stoppagetime.ie Prediction: Roscrea Town

Lough Derg FC Vs Thurles Town
Unbeaten Thurles Town travel to Clarisford Park as they look to keep touch with the league leaders. They face a Lough Derg side that got their first win of the season last week and could prove to be a tough team to beat. Thurles have the trio of Tommy Brophy, Barry Ryan and Paul Kirwan on great form whereas the hosts will look to Seamus Monaghan for the goals.

Stoppagetime.ie Prediction: Thurles Town

Nenagh Celtic Vs Cloughjordan Fc
In what could be a monumental game, both sides know that a win is a must here after their recent losses to Roscrea. Celtic have been struggling for goals this far and will hope Jimmy Hynes can return to form against a team that has Dean OMeara and Paul Lake, both of whom have 21 goals between them this season.

Stoppagetime.ie Prediction: Draw

Ballymackey Fc Vs BT Harps
BT Harps travel to Balinree hoping to keep their 100% league record going. They face a Ballymackey side that has struggled since their promotion and Harps will hope that Johnny Coleman and Dean McEnroe can continue their fine form and help their push for the title.

Stoppagetime.ie Prediction: BT Harps

Division 1:

Clodiagh Rangers Fc Vs Borroway Rovers
This top of the table clash should see plenty of goals. Ailbe O’Donoghue and Diarmaid Grant have been in top form for the league leaders and Keith Moore will hope to help continue his sides unbeaten league form.

Stoppagetime.ie Prediction: Clodiagh Rangers

Ardcroney Fc Vs Rearcross FC
Ardcroney have started the season as expected and have yet to win a league game this far. They come up against a Rearcross side that have Mikey O’Gorman on top form and the away side will look to make it 3 from 3 so far this season.

Stoppagetime.ie Prediction: Rearcross FC

Holycross Fc Vs Roscrea Town B
An interesting game in store here as Holycross look to bounce back from last weekends loss. They face a side that has Joe Callaghan back on top form after his 5 goal haul last weekend against Arra Rovers. Holycross’ main threat though will most likely be Calum O’Connor.

Stoppagetime.ie Prediction: Draw

Portumna Town Vs Moneygall Fc
Portumna will look to close the gap on league leaders Clodiagh here and in turn compound the misery on Moneygall who look like they could be in the relegation mire first this season. Portumna will hope that Sean O’Meara can keep up his form whilst Moneygall have struggled in front of goal so far this term.

Stoppagetime.ie Prediction: Portumna Town

Division 2:

BT Harps B Vs Gurtagarry Fc
This should be a titanic battle in Priory Place as one side at least must lose their 100% league record. Harps will look to Shane Fogarty and Chud Fennell for their goals and Gurtagarry will hope Paul Ryan can continue his blistering form.

Stoppagetime.ie Prediction: Draw

Templetuohy Fc Vs Ballywilliam Utd
In a season where we thought fortunes would be reversed Templetuohy have managed to climb the table with ease, thanks mainly to goals from Oisín Jordan and Chris Treacy. Ballywilliam on the other hand have struggled in their first 5 games having just won one.

Stoppagetime.ie Prediction: Draw

Rearcross FC B Vs Cloughjordan Fc B
This should be a close midtable clash between two teams who struggle in front of goal. Both sides will find it difficult to  win this one.

Stoppagetime.ie Prediction: Draw

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