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'Galwegians are bottom of Division 2A and seven points behind Dolphin.' (stock picture)

'Galwegians are bottom of Division 2A and seven points behind Dolphin.' (stock picture)

'Galwegians are bottom of Division 2A and seven points behind Dolphin.' (stock picture)

Buccaneers are deep in the relegation battle of Division 1B in the All-Ireland League as they head into tomorrow's clash with City of Armagh at Dubarry Park.

Connacht's Dave Heffernan, Eoghan Masterson, Eoin Griffin and Joe Maksymiw all started last weekend but the Athlone outfit slipped to an agonising 34-32 defeat away to fellow strugglers St Mary's College in Templeville Road.

Galwegians are even more desperate for a victory when they clash with Highfield at Woodleigh Park tomorrow. Galwegians are bottom of Division 2A and seven points behind Dolphin.

Corinthians face off against MU Barnhall at Corinthian Park tomorrow. Corinthians are fourth in 2B and right in the promotion race. But Sligo are bottom before their trip to Holmpatrick where they face Skerries.

Ballina are second in 2C and they take on leaders Midleton at Heffernan Park with just one point separating the teams.

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