Treaty aim to recover lost ground with weekend fixtures

Enda Curran of Treaty United in action against Cian Bargary of Cork City during the Sports Direct Men’s FAI Cup First Round match between Treaty United and Cork City at Markets Field in Limerick. Photo by Michael P Ryan/Sportsfile

TREATY United will aim to recover some lost ground with some important points from a couple of First Division outings over the August Bank Holiday Weekend.

First up for Tommy Barrett’s side is a visit from second-from-the-bottom Longford Town to the Markets Field on this evening (Friday, KO 7.45pm).

That will be followed by a daunting trip to tackle league leaders Galway United at Eamon Deacy Park on Bank Holiday Monday.

Last weekend, Treaty lost 1-0 away to Wexford.

Treaty recently announced three new signings, namely goalkeeper Corey Chambers, defender Dean O’Shea, and midfielder Adam Lennon.

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