Promotion and relegation on the line in derby showdown
Old rivals Galwegians and Corinthians do battle in Ulster Bank League Division 1B at Crowley Park this evening (7.30).
Both sides need a win but for very different reasons - Galwegians are top, just two points ahead of Garryowen while Corinthians are joint-bottom with Malone.
The last time these sides met on November 14, the league leaders left with a 18-10 win in wintery conditions at Corinthian Park.
Colin Conroy and Brian Murphy got the tries for 'Wegians on that night but they had trailed 10-0 at the break after David Panter struck for Corinthians.
Last weekend Galwegians had a crucial win away to Ballymena, the team that broke their winning run on November 1.
Rory Parata, Brian Murphy, John Cleary and Aidan Moynihan got over for the pace-setters at Eaton Park as they won 25-17.
Corinthians lost 17-14 at home to Buccaneers, which leaves them precariously at the foot of the table with just four games remaining.
The victory was massive for Buccs as they head into a game against Belfast Harlequins at Dubarry Park tomorrow.
The Pirates won by virtue of two second-half tries - a penalty try and an effort from Ireland U-20 star Cian Romaine, both converted by Alan Gaughan.
Elsewhere, in 2B tomorrow ninth-placed Sligo will be looking to follow up their 24-13 win over DLSP when they take on leaders Highfield at Woodleigh Park.