Nairn Saints bid to take it away

The Press and Journal (Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire) - - SPORT -

The McBookie.com Su­per­league table­top­pers Nairn St Ninian are on the road at fourth­placed Colony Park to­mor­row.

Cham­pi­ons Banks o’ Dee, with a 100% record, play only their fourth match of their league cam­paign when Ban­chory St Ter­nan visit Spain Park.

El­lon United travel to meet Cul­ter, with El­lon look­ing to pick up their open­ing vic­tory.

East End, who have also yet to regis­ter a win, en­ter­tain sec­ond-placed Deveron­side.

At Den­more Park, Hall Rus­sell United wel­come Her­mes.

Dyce’s Ian Mair Park con­test against Maud com­pletes the top-flight pro­gramme.

“El­lon are look­ing for an open­ing vic­tory”

It’s top ver­sus third in the First Divi­sion at Glenury Park where Stone­haven face Aberdeen Univer­sity.

Sun­ny­bank, in sec­ond place, make the trip to Stoney­wood Park­vale.

Bot­tom of the ta­ble Dufftown are at home to Fraser­burgh United while Long­side en­ter­tain Buchan­haven Hearts.

For­res Thistle, who cur­rently have a four­point ad­van­tage at the head of the Sec­ond Divi­sion, are on the road at Glen­ta­nar.

Sec­ond-placed Islavale en­ter­tain fourth-placed New El­gin, who can leapfrog their hosts with three points.

Burghead Thistle, in third, are on the road for their match at Spey Val­ley United.

New­machar United face White­hills in the other fix­ture.

All games get un­der way at 2pm.

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