Survival At Stake In Tullamore On Sunday

After a tumultuous league campaign, Offaly need at least a draw to be certain of staying up.

Offaly are in control of their own future and they should be able to take care of business against Limerick.

That's Midlands 103 commentator Brian Gavin's take ahead of the Faithful County's final league outing this weekend.

Declan Kelly's side need at least a point to ensure survival in Division Three after a rollercoaster campaign that saw losses to Westmeath, Down, Antrim, and most damagingly to Clare after losing a nine point lead in the last 15 minutes.

Offaly's rivals for survival, Wicklow, face Antrim.

If Wicklow were to win and Limerick picked up their first victory in Tullamore, then Offaly would be in Division Four.

Gavin says despite the defeats, the performances have been better than they appear on paper.

He looks forward to the game with David Hollywood:

Throw in at O'Connor Park is set for 2pm on Sunday.

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