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With three matches in seven days, an important week looms for Galway FC, who travel to St Colman's Park tomorrow for a vital SSE Airtricity League first division encounter with Cobh Ramblers.
Mervue United u-19s will be presented with the Airtricity Southern Division u-19 Cup following their last home game this evening.
Four wins on the trot ensure Mervue United have a live chance of claiming an Airtricity League first division play/off place.
Having ended a four-game losing streak in all competitions, Mervue United will be anxious to garner the full complement of spoils when they visit Ferrycarrig Park tomorrow for a clash with Wexford Youths.
Trailing second from bottom Cobh Ramblers by eight points, Salthill Devon will be hoping to register their first victory of the Airtricity League first division when Athlone Town visit Drom.
Following last Friday's tepid Galway derby draw, Mervue United and Salthill Devon will be hoping for improved Airtricity League first division performances this weekend.
One of the few real joys on the Galway senior soccer scene this season has been the substantial form of Mervue Utd.
Despite being walloped 4-0 by Shelbourne last Friday, Mervue United will feel tomorrow's tussle with Wexford Youths at Fahy's Field offers an ideal opportunity to post another home win.
Despite suffering three defeats in a row, Salthill Devon have been slightly unfortunate in those games and they will travel to Ballybofey for a clash with Finn Harps tomorrow intent on avoiding another loss.