Glenanne will look to take advantage of the lack of domestic action of the sides above them to close in on a potential IHL place. Back in September, much of the talk about the two promoted sides centred on Bray and their new arrivals.
The Glens took a much lower profile, however, and have confounded expectations outside of St Mark's, Victor Shaw producing one of the league's hardest-working squads. As confidence has grown, they have added a significant cutting edge, too, with nine goals in two league outings in 2009.
They will hope to build on that, with Nicci Daly, Mary Waldron and Audrey McCormack looking to get on the board against struggling Trinity. David Bane has, at regular times, lamented his young side's naivety when it comes to game play.
Women's Division One (Saturday)
Cornithian v Bray, 2.30pm, Whitechurch Park; Trinity v Glenanne, 11.30pm, Santry Avenue