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08.08.23 Castleview v Rathcoole Rvrs

Preview for Tuesday’s fixtures
Well now – after the weekend’s results, things are starting to boil up as front-runners start to make big impressions with their aspirations set on the various titles while the battle to avoid relegation is equally interesting.
Premier League: It looks like Park has hit the right form at the right time now and a win over Grattan tomorrow night at home should catapult them away from the danger zone.
Blarney Street are doing very well at the minute also and will be a big handful for Leeside down in Little Island while Wilton United play host to Kinsale in what will be a huge game for both parties.
Macroom then will battle it out against Coachford at home in what can be considered a middle of the table clash at this point.
Every game now is hugely important for everyone in this section and Tuesday’s results will tell us another little bit about what way the trends are starting to develop.
Premier A: A huge relegation battle will take place at Leeds Park between Leeds and Village United. With two going down from this section, these two are threading on very dangerous ground and three points for any one of them would be a massive result.
Killumney have a hard road ahead of them with eight games left in their league program and tomorrow night they will be up against a Glenthorn Celtic side that will be fighting for their lives to survive in Premier A.
League three is hugely competitive and has been all along with any one of five or six teams capable of winning the title. The main game here tomorrow night will be De Courcey Albion’s away tussle with Innishvilla B. Albion must win this one to keep pace with the front-runners.
In 3A, it looks like Newmarket are letting their appearance in the President’s Cup final distract them a little bit because in recent times, their league form has dipped. This is a pity because even right now, they could still be in the hunt for the title if they beat Buttevant away tomorrow night but, it won’t be easy as Buttevant will still feel they have a chance of promotion with two going up from the third divisions.
Just take a look at the tables here in this section.
There is a tendency for one to think that it is a two horse race between Ballincollig and Ballinhassig but, Buttevant, Newmarket and Strand will feel strongly I am sure about their ambitions for promotion and it is amazing what a couple of good results can do in terms of points on the board.

In any event, I will be back here once again tomorrow night (Tuesday) with all the results and the updates so, give us a shout sometime ‘round 8.45pm on this space. I should be then, have all the results followed by a brief update shortly afterwards.

Cheers for now,
Barry.

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