The Tribesmen will aim to make it three wins on the bounce in Limerick this week when they clash with a strong Treaty United team which includes a number of former Galway United players.
John Caulfield’s side remain in second place on the First Division table following a 2-0 victory over Bray Wanderers at Eamonn Deacy Park last Friday. Stephen Walsh continued his goalscoring streak when he opened the scoring in the first half before a David Hurley penalty secured all three points to keep United three points behind current leaders Cork City.
Treaty United go into the fixture in fifth position on the table, ten points behind the Tribesmen. Tommy Barrett’s outfit drew 0-0 with Longford Town at Bishopsgate in their last outing.
Caulfield is expecting another tough test on Friday.