Rangers return to action as Slane target top two

5 March 2014; A general view of a football. UEFA Under 21 Championship Qualifier, Republic of Ireland v Montenegro, Tallaght Stadium, Tallaght, Co. Dublin. Picture credit: Piaras O Midheach / SPORTSFILE
5 March 2014; A general view of a football. UEFA Under 21 Championship Qualifier, Republic of Ireland v Montenegro, Tallaght Stadium, Tallaght, Co. Dublin. Picture credit: Piaras O Midheach / SPORTSFILE

Banbridge Rangers are back in action this weekend hoping to hit third spot in the table.

They host AFC Craigavon knowing that if they better Tandragee Rovers and Newry City’s results, they’ll move up the league table. That, and all games, kick-off at 2pm unless stated.

Rangers’ opponents, meanwhile, are hoping to close the gap on Rangers in a tightly packed league table.

Seapatrick

Also in Intermediate A, second bottom Seapatrick travel to Fivemiletown.

Seapatrick have lost their last two games after beating top of the table Ballymacash in their first outing of the new year.

Moneyslane

Moneyslane face one of their biggest games of the season in Intermediate B with a trip to Richill. They can go level with the second placed side with a win that would make up for last weekend’s slip-up.

Scarva

Scarva Rangers host third placed Silverwood United as their long, hard season continues at the foot of Division One.

Donacloney

Also propping up the table, Donacloney look to make amends for last week’s deefeat, travelling to Lurgan Utd in Division Three.

YCOB

Banbridge YCOB will be hoping to win against Division Four’s bottom side Orchard Athletic.

Amateur league

In the Clarence Cup, Rathfriland Rangers travel to Dromara Village (kick-off 1.30pm) while Dromore Amateurs have no game.