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Galwegians have a real chance of qualifying for the AIB Cup semi-finals for a second year in succession when they host Ballynahinch on Saturday at Crowley Park.
The highlight of the weekend’s AIB League matches takes place at Corinthian Park on Saturday when the home side takes on Co Carlow in the battle for top spot in division three.
Lunch on Easter Saturday in the Corinthian clubhouse is fully booked (with a long waiting list) in anticipation of history being made by the club in their penultimate match of the All Ireland League. Top of the table Corinthians meet second placed Queen’s University Belfast (K/O 2.30pm). A win for Corinthians secures the Division 3 title and promotion to Division 2. To lose merely puts Corinthians back into the melting pot.
Connacht Senior League action kicks off tonight (Thursday) when Galwegians host city rivals Corinthians at Crowley Park (6.30pm).
Buccaneers travel to Crowley Park, Galway, to tackle in-form Galwegians in the final series of Connacht Senior League fixtures with a slightly earlier than normal scheduled kick-off time of 2.30 pm on Saturday September 19. Holders ‘Wegians will be strongly fancied, especially on home soil, to retain the league title and Buccs – on the evidence of their display against Corinthians – will certainly have to improve considerably if they are to wrench honours away from the Tribesmen.
Galwegians prop Peter Bracken has accepted an offer to join Magners League side the Dragons.
Irish domestic rugby takes a break from league action for round two of this season’s AIB Cup.
Galwegians host a crunch local derby clash with Buccaneers on Saturday (2.30pm) at Crowley Park with money raised from the game being donated to earthquake hit Haiti.