GREENOCK Wanderers are at home to Stewartry this Saturday looking to make amends.

In the reverse fixture they were well beaten, but they are confident at home they can put matters right with a better performance.

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The mood locally is one of quiet expectation, as a number of key players are returning from injury in Chris McCarron, Ross Darroch and Martin Knapton all in the backs.

The downside in the forwards is that Andy Graham is following the head injury protocol and Louie Hoodless is still injured, but Love and Robinson are more than capable substitutes.

Stewartry are sitting mid-table having won six of their 11 games.

Wanderers will be keen to get something from the game to keep themselves clear of the relegation zone and with a pre-match lunch there will be plenty of home support.

The 2nd XV are away to Strathmore, who lie bottom of the league with one win. Wanderers will be hoping to improve on their performance last week when they let slip a comfortable lead to lose out to Galloway.

The Ladies are at home to Biggar, who are top of the league. With the usual vocal support the Ladies will look to get their campaign back on track.

Elsewhere at Fort Matilda on Saturday the Wee Wandies runs from 10-11am.

On Sunday P1-P3 training is at Clydeview 10am-noon and P4-P7 play GHK away (time TBC).

The U13S play Carrick away, with kick-off at 12.30, the U14s play Ayr away with kick-off at 1pm.

The U15S are at home to Garnock, kick-off 2pm while the U16s have their Christmas day out.

U16/18s Girls Evolution Series are at home at 10.30am.

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