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Given Pollok situation with nothing to play for in the league and a big match Monday you suspect they will rest as many of the regulars as possible and blood in some youngsters. 
 
Would be criminal if Glencairn don't beat them. 
 
IMO! 
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19 minutes ago, Talbot supporter said:

Could be a big day for teams looking to avoid the drop

Yeah its mental and exciting

Kirky and Beith pulled it out the bag recently so they are safe


Benburb could still go down and using them as the not safe and teams below
Glenafton need to win 3 of their 4 games to draw level with the bens and win by 3 goals each game to get near level on goal difference and take a point from final game to be sure
Glencairn can only draw level with the Bens but have to beat Pollok 16. nil
Largs have 2 games so think they just need a win as they have a great goal difference

 

So 2 of these teams are going down unless Darvel win playoff so only 1 out of 3 go down

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4 minutes ago, nicotina said:

then there were 2    both glens

Think this is an example of when it's not always better to have points on the board. Glenafton had four games to play before today but they're now playing teams with nothing to play for at the end of a long season. Could be argued that it's easier points than when Glencairn played the same teams mid season. Still, a good win against Beith for Glenafton today.

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Glenafton have a great chance of getting at least 6 points from their remaining games. They will be looking at the Blantyre and Cumbernauld games as very winnable

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3 minutes ago, Rugbypark said:

Do Glenafton not still go down, even if they overtake Glencairn?

If Glenafton get more points than Benburb, it's a no.

7th bottom waiting on Darvel playoffs 

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Everybody is too polite to say it but the old Central League clubs either in or going into next season's Division One will be hoping Rutherglen Glencairn join them.

A lot easier to get to and from Rutherglen on a winter's day than to and from banjo country.

No doubt the other top flight clubs in banjo country are feeling likewise regarding Glenafton staying up in the top league.

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37 minutes ago, Glenconner said:

Ball now totally in Glenafton's court.

Rutherglen Glencairn and Benburb can do no more than wait now on results elsewhere.

Yip looks like Glencairn will be the 6th team and between Glenafton and benburb for the 7th bottom.
cant see anything else other than 2 wins against Blantyre and Cumbernauld putting them on 52 along with the Bens but Irvine meadow is an unsure one.

If the Glens do win both games they need to score 10 goals to draw level with the Bens and then that means they are  left for their last game

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Ah hope we stay up, but if we don't, can't complain, haven't been good enough in our home games especially! Glencairn result at home a few weeks ago would have seen us safe but to lose to a a team we bt 5 1 up there was shocking. Hard 2 games this week will determine our fate!

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Big well done to glens the night, another good battling display has got us closer to safety. Still a bit to do but we’ve gave ourselves a right good chance now . Horrible shitey display from the referee tonight though, thought he was terrible, some amazing decisions 

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11 minutes ago, 93glens17 said:

Big well done to glens the night, another good battling display has got us closer to safety. Still a bit to do but we’ve gave ourselves a right good chance now . Horrible shitey display from the referee tonight though, thought he was terrible, some amazing decisions 

And the score was?

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Glenafton on 49 points with two games to go. Win one and they are level with Benburb on 52 but likely to have a worse goal difference. A win and a draw takes them above Benburb and above Troon on goal difference and completely safe. 

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