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Unchanged Wanderers eye chance to halt slide


Greystones v DLSP, Dr Hickey Park

'Stones are hanging on to their status by a thread. They are six points removed from second-from-bottom Clonakilty. Simon Malone could come in for injured centre Conor Cleary.

Salmo' coach David Murphy would have been chuffed to see Bective come unstuck at home to Trinity on Wednesday evening.


Banbridge v Wanderers, Rifle Park

Wanderers are on the slide, losing two out of their last three to drop from second to sixth in double quick time. Coach Mark McDermott should go with the same side that delivered a bonus point last time out.

Co carlow v nenagh ormond, oak park

Carlow can still escape to victory if they can activate the baser parts of their survival instincts. Props Larry McGrath and David Cassidy come into the frontrow.

Connemara v Barnhall, Monastery Field

A fifth win would give Barnhall a breakeven 50pc return for the efforts on the season so far. Marcus Doyle will make his debut at lock and Lawrence Zaglio and Brian Hennebry return to the pack.

naas v instonians, forenaughts

The Kildare side will have to break their four-game losing streak at home to a club on the verge of the promotion battle.

Navan v Ards, Balreask Old

Alan Hickey comes in on the wing as the one change to a Navan side looking for their fifth win under player/coach Brad Harris.

Queen's v Suttonians, Dub Lane

Robert Forbes' Suttonians will have their work cut out for themselves on the road to a Queen's club looking for their ninth win in 10 matches.