Paul Kee's Institute side are set to headline a Saturday full of football action in Derry when they welcome Crumlin Star to the Riverside Stadium this weekend.

The 'Stute men are set to continue the defence of their Intermediate Cup but the boss is wary of the threat of non-league side Crumlin who took Crusaders all the way in the Irish Cup last week, the Belfast side eventually scraping a 2-1 victory in that tie.  Kee is certain that complacency will not be on the menu at Drumahoe tomorrow.

"My players certainly won't be underestimating Crumlin," he said.  "The know how good Crumlin are.  They are flying and they did well against Dundela in the Steel & Sons Cup but lost and they were unlucky to lose to Crusaders in the Irish Cup so we know what we're going up against."

Oxford United Stars are also in Intermediate Cup action on Saturday with Paul Roddy's boys set to offer Ardglass a cold welcome to the Swillt Stadium at the Complex after already stunning Glebe Rangers in the competition.

Meanwhile, the Saturday Morning League is back in full swing tomorrow with three Blue Riband Cup games on top of a packed league schedule all kicking off at 10.45am.  The Drumahoe v Creggan Swifts match at the YMCA tops the bill and, if that wasn't enough, the North West Junior League are set to treat locals to the beginning of the Matt Morrison Junior Cup with 19 games rolling out across the region, all starting at 1.30pm.

You'll be doing well to miss the action this weekend.

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