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With three games left to go in the season, Ballina are still sitting pretty at the top of the division 2C table in the All Ireland League.
Last weekend saw two Mayo sides book their place in the quarter-final of the Connacht Junior Cup - with Castlebar and Ballina progressing to the next round of the competition - while Ballinrobe and Westport bowed out.
Ballina moved to the top of the standings in division 2C of the All Ireland League last Saturday following their victory over Midleton in Heffernan Park.
Kilballyowen Park is the destination for Ballina tomorrow afternoon where they will be looking to keep up their 100 per cent record in division 2C of the All Ireland league, when they take on Bruff.
Ballina made it two from two in Division 2C of the All Ireland League last weekend with a 36-17 bonus point win over Tullamore on the road.
In their first game back on the national level, Ballina left it late, but they still picked up a victory over visitors Omagh in memorable fashion last weekend. New Zealander Chris O'Neill touched down with the final play of the game, to give the Heffernan Park outfit a 23-19 win over their Ulster opponents.
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BUCCANEERS playing season commences on Saturday when they face a very tricky assignment away to Ballina in a Connacht Senior League fixture at Heffernan Park, kick off 2.30 p.m. The hosts, who have been junior kingpins in Connacht for the past two seasons, will be buoyant following their opening day 35-24 home victory over Sligo last Saturday.
Ballina continued their drive towards promotion to the Ulster Bank All Ireland League with a big 45-26 win over Bandon last weekend in Heffernan Park.
On Sunday afternoon the brave men of Ballina rugby will look to put the crowning jewel on the season by claiming a historic league and cup double when they face Sligo in the Sportsground in Galway.