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Saturday 10 December 2016

Blues look to silence 'Bell in Senior race Bell

Tomorrow could a defining day for the Senior Division title chase as leaders Bluebell United meet reigning champions Crumlin United at the Red Cow.

If Crumlin want to keep hold of their title then they will have to take the three points on offer tomorrow. It is as simple as that. Crumlin have games in hand, they have to play Bluebell again, but when all the points are tallied up they will still be just short of Andy Noonan's side.

The fact that Crumlin are in the chase after their slow start is a testament to their remarkable powers of recovery.

They will need tap into those powers yet again tomorrow if they want to keep in the hunt.

BLUEBELL UNITED v CRUMLIN UNITED

Win or bust for Crumlin, but for Bluebell the draw will do nicely. These games are usually tight, this will be no different. Verdict: Draw.

UCD v ST PATS CY

It is all about survival for these D4 rivals. A win either way will ease their troubles, but they may have to settle for a draw. Verdict: Draw.

DRUMCONDRA v BANGOR CELTIC

Bangor had a huge win on Wednesday night and their needs a more desperate that those of Drums. Verdict: Away Win.

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