Clontarf will hope to maintain their three-point lead at the top of division two as they travel to bottom-placed Naas this weekend. They will hope to have Andrew Poynter available after he missed last week's game with Bray due to a late call-up for Irish cricket training. Rob Kelly could also return.
With Bray out of action this weekend, the chasing pack is led by Skerries who face a trip to Newpark to face Avoca - still reeling after an impressive YM racked up nine last weekend.
One bright spot was the form of Uruguayan goalkeeper Sebastian Percivalle and they will hope he can keep Alan Early at bay. Dublin Uni will hope to get revenge over Weston at Santry for a recent turnover while Navan aim to turn two 2-1 defeats at the start of 2009 to victory on their trip to Suttonians.
Naas vs Clontarf, 1pm, Caragh Road; Avoca vs Skerries, 1.30pm, Newpark; Dublin University vs Weston, 2.45pm, Santry; Suttonians vs Navan, 2pm, Sutton Park School