One catch-up game was played this weekend in Division 2 with Termon winning at home against Naomh Mhuire Conmhaigh to move into one of the two promotion playoff spots in the Marley Travel Division 2 table. Regrettably, CLG Na Dunaibh are closed down until this weekend following an outbreak of Covid 19 at the club and the points from their catch-up games were awarded to Termon and to Naomh Naille.
Marley Travel Division 2
The Burn Road, Termon 1-13 Naomh Mhuire Conmhaigh 1-8
Marley Travel Division 2B
The Burn Road, Termon 3-15 Naomh Mhuire Conmhaigh 0-10
Aodh Ruadh are already Division 2 Champions but which teams play-off to join them in Division 1 in 2022 should be decided by next weekend’s final round of fixtures, although there is a possibility that additional games may be required Both Convoy and Downings are already in the relegation play-offs but who will join them depends on the results of the Round 9 games.
Páirc Naomh Mhuire, Naomh Mhuire Conmhaigh v Naomh Columba
Moyle Park, Baile na nGalloglach v Sean MacCumhaill
Páirc Taobhoige, Gleann Fhinne v Naomh Naille
Fr Tierney Park, Aodh Ruadh Beal Átha Seanaigh v Na Dunaibh
Páirc na Rosann, An Clochán Liath v An Tearmainn
Naomh Columba, Naomh Naille, Dungloe, Milford and Sean MacCumhaill can all potentially end up in the relegation playoff battle – An Clochán Liath can catch them on nine points but St Nauls won the head to head encounter 0-14 to 0-13 but if Milford and MacCumhaills draw, Nauls lose and Dungloe win four teams will be on nine points, head to head will no longer be relevant and points difference will also be irrelevant because of the game awarded to St Nauls.
As the table stands at present Termon are safely through to the promotion play-off. Who joins them is a straight fight between Glenfin and St Nauls who meet next weekend. Finally, an added complication is the table as it currently stands can be potentially altered by an appeal lodged by Milford against a match result.