The FAI Junior cup is the main focus in Clare soccer next weekend with both Avenue United and Newmarket Celtic away in the 5th round.

Avenue travel to Cork to play St Mary’s,while Newmarket go to Dublin to play Raheny, who beat Clara Town 4-0 at the weekend.

Both Clare teams are in good form, playing well and with their experience they are well capable of progressing but to do so they will have to be at their best.

Both have got to the latter stages of this competition which attracts junior sides from across the country, in recent time.

In the Munster youths cup Tulla Utd travel to Cork to play Watergrasshill and judging on their performances to date this season, they will be fancied to win this one.

Meanwhile, on the domestic front, there are three games listed for decision in the premier league.

Kilrush Rangers will have home advantage against Bridge United, Coole FC will entertain Shannon Town while Lifford will have home advantage against Mountshannon Celtic.

All three games are scheduled to kick off at 11am.

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