Clydesdale Men’s 1s take on Uddingston 1s at Bothwell Castle Policies from 3.00pm in arguably their biggest game of the season in the Men’s Premiership.
The M1s unpredictable form has left their hopes of a top six finish by the end of the league split at risk. The Titwood side are currently seventh with twelve points to their name, whilst their opponents on Saturday are a place above ‘Dale courtesy of a better goal difference.
Head Coach Ciaran Crawford has no long-term casualties meaning a strong squad is expected to be named for the visit to Uddy.
Clydesdale Western 1s take the long journey north to face Gordonians 1s – 3.30pm pushback – in a bid to extend their perfect start to their Women’s Premiership campaign.
Despite winning all six league games – five of which have featured clean sheets – the L1s are third but hold a game in hand over their rivals sitting above them in the league table.
Much like the M1s, Head Coach Derek Forsyth has no absentees of major note giving him the option to name a full strength squad to travel to Aberdeen.
Titwood will play host to three of our Clydesdale Men’s teams starting with the M5s.
The M5s welcome Hillhead 6s from 1.00pm in Men’s West District Division Three. In the same competition, the M5s Development finish the card of home games with a visit from Kelburne 4s, 4.00pm passback. Sandwiched in between those two games are the M4s in Men’s West District Division Two action against Rottenrow 2s from 2.30pm.
12.30pm is when the L4s face Hillhead 3s at Jordanhill School in Women’s West District Division One. As well as the M5s, the M2s will begin their Men’s Regional Division One clash with Grange 2s at St George’s School from 1.00pm.
An hour later, the M3s travel to Millerston to play Strathclyde University 2s in Men’s West District Division One. The L6s, in Women’s West District Division Three, will have a lengthier travel south of the country against Dumfries 2s at King George V Playing Fields.
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