Reigning champions extend lead to eight points on top of league summit

Oxford's Emmett Hargan and Crescent's Justin Morrow both make contact with this ball during this Derry & district game at St Columb's Park. DER4513SL020
Oxford's Emmett Hargan and Crescent's Justin Morrow both make contact with this ball during this Derry & district game at St Columb's Park. DER4513SL020
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Park Bar continue to set alight the Premier Division as they maintained their perfect start to the campaign and moved eight points clear at the top with victory over Phoenix on Sunday.

Elsewhere, Derry City defeated Ballymoor to move into joint third position, marking an impressive turnaround in fortunes after a disappointing start to their league campaign.

Brandywell Harps recorded a fine away victory over Culmore Colts and Campbell’s caused a surprise when defeating an in-form Lisahally outfit.

Elsewhere, Tristar lost out at home to Culmore while Oxford Stars climbed up the league table with an excellent victory over Crescent.

Results - Derry City 5, Ballymoor 2; Campbell’s 2, Lisahally 0; Culmore Colts 1, Brandywell Harps 4; Tristar 2, Culmore 4; Crescent 1, Oxford Stars 3; Phoenix 1, Park Bar 4; Abercorn v Trojans (postponed).

Sympathy

Everyone connected with the Derry & District F.A. would like to send their condolences to the family and friends of Joyce Monteith who sadly passed away on Thursday.

May she rest in peace.

Joyce’s son Willie (Fly) Monteith has been a long-time servant of Abercorn and currently officiates in the D&D.