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Big Weekend Ahead
May. 14, 2010
This weekends games sees four unbeaten sides going up against each other so something has to give. On Saturday at 6.30pm the Juniors are at home to Teemore and on Sunday the Seniors are at home to Newtownbutler at 3.30pm.
Juniors - So far this Season
To date the juniors have produced five good performances which have resulted in 3 wins and 2 draws. Having only stayed up last season thanks to a relegation playoff victory in the depth of winter, Belcoo have started the 2010 campaign extremely well.
An opening day victory against Derrygonnelly was well deserved, then they managed to snatch victory from Tempo with an Ian Corrigan goal deep into stoppage time in Round 2. The following week they were on the end of a comeback from Devenish, Belcoo were crusing to a third straight win but two late goals seen Devenish snatch a draw. The fourth game was away to a strenghtened Roslea side but hard work, grit and determination seen Belcoo come home with another point following a late Roslea score well into addded time before a comfortable win over Derrylin last weekend sees them remain unbeaten after 5 games.
Tomorrow (Saturday) they face Teemore who have recorded 4 wins from 4 games. This is a big test for Belcoo but with Paddy McGinley making an impressive return to action last weekend to add to the attacks Belcoo will believe they can take something from this game. However, no Mark McGovern, Seamus Conlon, Patrick Burns (all Suspended), Gavin Leonard and Declan Leonard now playing seniors and the unavailablity of Christopher Leonard this weekend means this will be a tough game for Belcoo
Seniors - So far this Season
The Seniors have recorded 4 victories from their 4 outings to date. Two impressive home displays where they racked up scores of 3-15 and 3-18 have been sandwiched between a dogged display against Devenish and the grinding out victory in Ederney last weekend.
This Sunday Newtown travel to Belcoo on the back to three solid victories following an opening round draw against Lisnaskea. Both sides are in good form and unbeaten so this promises to be a good game.
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