In the Brian McCormick Sports Premier Division this weekend the big match is in the Hospital Field, Donegal town as Kilmacrennan Celtic will be looking to go top of the table when they travel to face a Donegal town side looking to bounce back from defeat away last week to Kildrum Tigers.
Castlefinn will also be looking to close the gap on the leaders when they travel to they face Keadue Rovers. Castlefinn, with three games in hand, hold the aces if they can those games. They meet table toppers Milford on Sunday week in Castlefin, which will be a mouth-watering affair.
Kildrum will be looking to keep up the good form when they take on Rathmullan in Flagpole Field. The other game in the division sees Glenea United hosting Cappry Rovers.
In the Temple Domestic Appliances Division One with leaders Bonagee United not playing Lifford celtic will be hoping to close the gap when they play bottom of the table Lagan Harps as will Cranford United against Convoy Arsenal.
In other games in the division Gweedore Celtic face Drumkeen United at home and Drumoghill FC host Ballybofey United.
In the Donegal Physiotherapy and Performance Centre Division Two Kerrykeel 71 will be hoping to go top of the league if they can defeat Dunkineely Celtic in Darney Park.
Letterbarrow will be hoping to put pressure on the top two when they face Glenree United in Tymeen. The other game in the division is a bottom of the table clash between Deele Harps and Copany Rovers.
In the Saturday leagues in the Glencar Inn Division One Donegal Town will be hoping to recover from their defeat to Strand Rovers two weeks ago with a home game against Castlefinn Celtic. Arranmore make the trip to Emerald Park to face Killybegs and the other game in the league is an all Letterkenny clash between Glencar Celtic and Oldtown Celtic in Rathmullan.
In the Old Orchard Division Two Kildrum just need to win one of their last two games to win the league and will hope to do so against Drumoghill. Milford United will be hoping to put pressure on Kildrum by beating Drumkeen United away. The last game in the division is a bottom of the table clash between Drumbar and Gweedore Celtic.
There is one game in the Voodoo Venue Cup with Fintown looking to cause another upset after beating last year’s winners Donegal town in the last round. They face Keadue Rovers in the last quarter-final to see who’ll join Castlefinn, Glencar and Strand in the semi-finals.
Saturday 2nd March
Glencar Inn Saturday Div One
St. Catherines Res v Arranmore Utd
Donegal T Res v Castlefinn Res
Glencar Celtic v Oldtown Celtic
Old Orchard Saturday Div Two
Drumkeen Utd Res v Milford Utd Res
Drumbar F.C. v Gweedore C Res
Drumoghill Res v Kildrum T Res
Voodoo Venue Cup
Fintown Harps AFC v Keadue Rvs Res
Sunday 3rd March
Brian Mc Cormick Sports Premier Division
Keadue Rvs v Castlefinn Celtic
Rathmullan C v Kildrum Tigers
Glenea United v Cappry Rovers
Donegal T v Kilmacrennan Celtic
Temple Domestic Appliances Division One
Drumoghill F.C. v Ballybofey Utd
Gweedore C v Drumkeen United
Convoy Ars v Cranford United
Lifford Celtic v Lagan Harps
Donegal Physiotherapy & Performance Centre Div Two
Letterbarrow C v Glenree Utd
Dunkineely C v Kerrykeel ’71 F
Deele Harps v Copany Rovers
Ulster Senior League
Saturday, March 2, 6pm
Bonagee United v Fanad United
Sunday, March 3, 2pm
Swilly Rovers v Derry City Reserves
Finn Harps Reserves v Letterkenny Rovers