Friday 21st May (All games at 7.15)
The third round of the reserve football leagues continue on Friday evening with a full list of fixtures scheduled for both divisions.
St Mary’s Ahoghill v St John’s
St John’s retain an unbeaten record to date after gaining the points at the expense of their close rivals Rossa in round one before sharing the spoils with St Galls in their second outing and they will travel out to Clooney expected to gain the day.
Kickham’s Creggan v St Mary’s Aghagallon
Creggan have claimed the points in their sole outing to date when they proved too strong for Ahoghill and they may well continue in winning ways again in this one as Aghagallon, without a positive return to date visit.
Erin’s Own Cargin v Gort na Mona
Having started with a win over the visiting Casement’s, Cargin failed to make it a double when they lost out to St Brigid’s in their second game but they may well return to winning ways in this one.
O’ Donovan Rossa v St Brigid’s
Rossa having failed to earn a point from their outings to date will most likely face another severe test again in this one as they play hosts to the previously unbeaten St Brigid’s.
St Gall’s v Casement’s Portglenone
After their opening demise at the hands of Cargin Portglenone proved too strong for Rossa in their second outing and they may face another stern test in round three when the Bannsider’s pay a visit to Milltown and meet up with St Gall’s.
St Ergnat’s Moneyglass v St Paul’s
Moneyglass have gained back to back wins to date and although they may well face a stiff test in this one as the similarly undefeated St Paul’s viisit the Marian Hill side may well gain the points.
All Saint’s Ballymena v St Comgall’s Antrim
Ballymena based All Saint’s were impressive in their single outing to date with a big win at Whitehill and they will start as strong favourites in this one as St Comgall’s pay a visit in search of an opening win.
Tir na nOg Randalstown v Con Magees Glenravel
Having failed to cope with the visiting All Saint’s in round one Tir na nOg will seek a better return this time as Con Magees pay a visit and ground advantage may well tip the balance in favour of the Whitehill men.
St Mary’s Rasharkin v St. James Aldergrove
Having failed to gain a win from their two games to date Rasharkin may well struggle in this one as the unbeaten Aldergrove visit Dreen and an away win does look in prospect.