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A crunch match is in store as Dublin City Exiles take on unbeaten Clontarf at Terenure next Saturday. With only one win in their opening three games, any further slip ups from the champions could seriously damage their play-off ambitions. Having beaten the Exiles last week, Kildare Dragons look to make it three wins on the trot when they visit East Coast Eagles.
The Eagles are still smarting from last weeks heavy defeat against Dublin Blues but Dragons boss Dave Kingston is taking nothing for granted. "The Eagles ran Clontarf very close and very nearly beat the Exiles so we know what they are capable of" Dublin Blues, meanwhile, look to continue their rampant form when they make the short trip to Churchtown Warriors.
Riding high following last weeks rout of Cork Bulls, Waterford Vikings entertain Treaty City Titans at Dungarvan while Kilkenny Wildcats are at Cork Bulls. Only the width of the post denied the Wildcats a point last week so Damien Welland's charges will be determined to get back to winning ways.
Churchtown Warriors v Dublin Blues Dublin City Exiles v Clontarf East Coast Eagles v Kildare Dragons
Cork Bulls v Kilkenny Wildcats Waterford Vikings v Treaty City Titans