Top-of-the-table clash for Buccs
Buccaneers can stretch further clear at the top of the Ulster Bank League Division 1B if they get the manage to get the better of UL Bohemians in what could be a season-defining top-of-the-table clash at UL tomorrow.
It's a massive game for both sides, who are flying high in the division, as Buccaneers look to move one step closer to the title, and UL Bohemians hope to fend off third-placed Naas, who are just one point behind them in the table ahead of the weekend's games.
The in-form Buccaneers gave another stunning display last weekend when they clinched their seventh bonus-point victory from 12 games this season, with a 36-14 dismissal of Old Wesley at Dubarry Park.
Impressive winger Jordan Conroy continues to grow a big reputation for himself, and he scored a hat-trick in the game, while John Sutton and Callum Boland also touched down for Brett Wilkinson's side.
And although UL Bohs were shocked 43-20 away to Shannon in their Limerick derby in Round 12, it will be a tough game for Buccs tomorrow.
Elsewhere ninth-placed Galwegians need to start picking up victories fast if they are to avoid the drop, but they travel to take on Ballynahinch in Ballymacarn Park tomorrow - last weekend 'Wegians lost agonisingly, 14-13, against Ballymena at Eaton Park.
In Division 2A, Corinthians are also in need of a couple of wins to keep their season on track. They are eighth in the table before they travel to take on Malone at Gibson Park.
And in Division 2C, Sligo are third in the standings and still very much in the promotion race ahead of their game against Boyne at Hamilton Park.