North West Mens League Preview: Some must win games coming up

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Saturday (2.30pm)

Premier Division

Orrell St James vs. Shevington Sharks- Orrell could go fourth with a win, Sharks hoping to cement third place.

Division One

Haresfinch vs. Folly Lane- Haresfinch could go fifth with a win, Folly Lane need to win to keep their hopes of staying up alive.

Latchford Albion vs. Blackbrook- Albion could go third with a win, Blackbrook hoping to close the gap to top spot.

Oldham St Annes A vs. Halton Simms Cross- St Annes hoping to keep out of trouble, Halton could go third with a win.

Ulverston vs. Hindley- Ulverston hoping to keep survival hopes alive, Hindley could go third with a win

Wigan St Cuthberts vs. Widnes Tigers- St Cuthberts hoping to keep their lead at the top, Tigers hoping to stay third

Division Two

Westhoughton Lions vs. Wigan St Judes A- Lions could go sixth with a win, St Judes hoping to get off negative points.

Division Three

Thatto Heath Crusaders B vs. Crosfields A- Crusaders hoping to regain top spot, Crosfields hoping to stay fourth.

Eccleston Lions vs. Culcheth Eagles- Lions hoping for their first win of the season, Eagles need to win to stay alive in the hunt for survival.

Roose Pioneers vs. Leigh East A- Pioneers could go fourth with a win, Leigh East hoping to stay top

Wigan Bulldogs vs. Wigan Spring View- Bulldogs hoping to stay seventh, Spring View could go second.

Division Four

Cadishead Rhinos vs. Runcorn- Rhinos could return to the top with a win, Runcorn hoping to stay fourth.

Chester Gladiators vs. North Wales Crusaders A- Gladiators can close the gap to sixth, Crusaders could go above their opponents into seventh

Garswood Stags vs. Saddleworth Rangers A- Stags hoping to close the gap to the top two, Rangers could go fourth.

Division Five

Blackpool Stanley vs. Clock Face Miners A- Stanley hoping to consolidate fifth place, Miners hoping to close the gap at the top

Bolton Mets vs. Higginshaw- Mets can get off the bottom with a win, Higginshaw could go second.

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