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Belvo quality can beat Ballynahinch

(all tomorrow 2.30, unless stated)


Ballynahinch v Old Belvedere, Ballymacarn Park.

Coach Paul Cunningham's Belvo' are keeping pace with Clontarf at the summit of the League with just a single point separating them.

'Hinch have fallen short of their expectations back in 'The Big Time' as they have won just two of 12 to look on the brink of a quick return to where they have come from.

The motivation will be great for both clubs. The visitors look the more likely bet given their hot form and the fact that there seems to be a big gap in quality between the top and bottom clubs.


Seapoint v Bruff, Kilbogget Park, Sunday.

The once untamed and unflustered Bruff have become little more than the whipping boys of this Division.

The Limerick men have won one in 11 and have a negative points-difference (-122) to reflect their current position at the bottom of the table.

The Killiney club could do with five points here to move into the lower half of the table as they have a miserly three points to spare over second-from-last Old Crescent.