In what was a controversial end to the last campaign Celtic were awarded the points they needed having been given a walkover against recently relegated Thurles Town due to Covid-19. Lough Derg on their part start the season afresh as Manager of last season John Hayes moved on from the club. A thoroughly enjoyable encounter guaranteed here as both side look to get their season off to the best start.
Elsewhere BT Harps travel to Borroway Rovers in a tie that will once again prove hard to call. Both sides won’t be happy with last season’s performance so they must ensure they hit the ground running this term.
Ballymackey Fc go into this season full of hope after being in the title run last term for the best part of the season. They travel to the well organised Moneygall Fc tomorrow night with both sides knowing how crucial these opening fixtures can be.
On Thursday night a currently manager-less Killavilla Utd travel to newly promoted Borrisokane Fc in what will be a tricky contest. The hosts push Clodiagh Rangers to the end in last season’s Division 1 title race and Villa will want to push back to the heights of the 2018 Season when hey were crowned Premier Division Champions.
Wednesday August 4th @ 7pm
Lough Derg Fc Vs Nenagh Celtic
Borroway Rovers Vs BT Harps
Moneygall Fc Vs Ballymackey Fc
Thursday August 5th @ 7pm
Borrisokane Fc Vs Killavilla Utd