All County U17 Football League previews

(Sunday 13th June)

The under-17 competition continues on Sunday as the busy week-end continues with a full senior list to follow in the afternoon.

 Division One (all games at 12.00 noon)

St Brigid’s v All Saint’s Ballymena

This does look a close one as both All Saint’s and their visitors to Quinn Park remain unbeaten to date with ground advantage possibly tipping the balance in favour of the All Saint’s.

St Paul’s v Patrick Sarsfield’s

St Paul’s play hosts to their near neighbours Sarsfield’s in this one with the Shaw’s road side who are unbeaten thus far given the nod over the Bear Pit residents.

Erin’s Own Cargin v Aghagallon

Having opened account in impressive fashion with a big win over the visiting Aldergrove, Aghagallon lost at Ballymena and they may well travel to Toome in anticipation of a better return.

St Enda’s Glengormley v St James Aldergrove

St Enda’s having failed to gain a point thus far will look for better this time as they welcome Aldergrove men to Hightown but in the current climate an away win looks likely.

Division Two

Gort na Mona v St Gall’s

This looks a close one in prospect as Gort na Mona with an unbeaten record play hosts to St Gall’s also unbeaten with the home side just given the nod.

Casement’s Portglenone v Con Magees Glenravel

This all South West affair sees Glenravel taking the trip up the road to Casements with the chance of a draw possible.

Tir na nOg v Cuchullian’s Dunloy

Tir na nOg having gained three points from their games to date will look for maximum return in this one as they play hosts to Dunloy who were lost their one game to date as they were outpointed by the visiting Gort na Mona.

St Ergnat’s Moneyglass v Corpus Christi Gaels

Having gained both points in their opening game at Glenavy Moneyglass will start as favourites in this one as they play hosts to the combination side as Corpus Christi Gaels visit.

St Joseph’s Glenavy v O’ Donavan Rossa

Having failed lost their two outings thus far Rossa will travel to Glenavy seeking better in this third round affair but ground advantage and the familiarity of the Chapel Hill sward may aid a home win.

Division Three

St Comgall’s Antrim v Kickham’s Ardoyne

Having collected both points last time with an emphatic victory over the visiting St Patricks, Ardoyne will travel down to Antrim on a positive note and they may well double their tally with a win at Dunsilly.

Kickham’s Creggan v St Brigid’s (2)

Having lost to Rasharkin down at Dreen last time Creggan will return to their Staffordstown road base looking for a better return from the visit of St. Brigid’s St Brigid’s and the possibility of a home victory is in reach.

St Patrick’s Lisburn v Lamh Dhearg

With a win in their only game to date Lamh Dhearg will take a trip out to Lisburn with the prospect of doubling their tally and an away win is the prediction.

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