Park Bar anxious to extend lead on league summit on Sunday

Tommy McBride, Park Bar, shields the ball from Paul Brown, Top of the Hill Celtic at this D&D fixture at Lisnagelvin. DER4813SL41

Tommy McBride, Park Bar, shields the ball from Paul Brown, Top of the Hill Celtic at this D&D fixture at Lisnagelvin. DER4813SL41

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Park Bar will be anxious to return to winning ways this Sunday and increase their lead on the league summit to seven points with victory over Ballymoor.

Second placed, Top of the Hill Celtic are not in action this weekend, therefore a win for Park will afford them some breathing space at the top.

The Park Bar v Ballymoor clash is just one of five games which are down for decision on Sunday as the cut-off point fast approaches.

At that point the top eight and bottom seven teams split into two groups.

Other games to be played include the fixture between Trojans and Oxford United Stars.

Trojans played out a high scoring draw against Tristar last week so they will be confident going into this clash. Oxford defeated Culmore comfortably and will also see this as an opportunity to get another three points on the board.

An in-form Derry City side who currently sit third take on a Crescent team which suffered a heavy loss last week.

And finally Culmore Colts face a tough test against an Abercorn side desperate for victory.

Fixtures - Ballymoor v Park Bar; Brandywell Harps v Lisahally; Trojans v Oxford Stars; Derry City v Crescent; Culmore Colts v Abercorn.