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Review from Tuesday, 7th April

AUL Review after Tuesday's results:

Not much of a difference at the top of the Premier league as a result of Tuesday's results.
However, if you want to dig out a trend, it would be that Grattan, Glenthorn and Pearse could start to break away from the chasing group.
It's not happening at all for Kilreen Celtic and they are certainly starting to drop too many points to be making an impression at this point in time.
Park are not showing either as 2 wins from 4 is not great - having so many games in hand.
When you are in this situation, you have to be winning matches.

Premier A:
In the big one outside in Innishannon, Village led twice, but failed to hold on.
However, a point is not the end of the world and at this stage, they will be still considered as favorites to take the title here, but there are still games left that can make a difference.
Carrigtwohill's win over the Cross keeps them in touch with promotional chances and Cathedral Celtic's win over Macroom gives themselves a bit of a lifeline in their fight against the drop.

This is a real interesting section at the minute.
Corkbeg's win on Tuesday night sets themselves up nicely for the real big one against Pearse next Sunday.
Leaders Carrigtwohill need only a point to clinch the title and if you were to assume hat happening, then, whoever can win between Pearse and Corkbeg will pick up the runner's up spot which would qualify them for the play-offs for promotion here.

Tower continued to blaze the trail here and I believe that there is not many people would argue that - they are red-hot favorites now to take the title here.
They have now gone 14 games undefeated.

More next Thursday night..