SML: Creggan move clear at top after weather hits games

Strabane's Ronan Coyle and Phoenix's Gary Soal in action during their SML Championship game at Lisnagelvin on Saturday. DER4615GS057

Strabane's Ronan Coyle and Phoenix's Gary Soal in action during their SML Championship game at Lisnagelvin on Saturday. DER4615GS057

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In a weekend that only five games survived because of the torrential rain, Creggan Swifts moved clear at the top of the table following a good win over Bentley.

Both Tamnaherin Celtic, who lost out at home to Clifton Villa, and Clooney failed to file reports on their respective games which means both clubs are fined £10. That fine must be paid within 14 days or both will stand suspended.

In the Championship, Foyle Harps still lead the way thanks to a good win in Limavady while Culmore enjoyed an easy win over Clooney. Strabane Athletic are still keeping tabs on the leaders following victory over Phoenix Athletic Colts.

Forthcoming fixtures

Saturday, November 21st; Premier Division; Hatmore Harps v Bentley (Prehen 6); Rosemount v Tamnaherin Celtic (Prehen 4); Brandywell Celtic v Clifton Villa (Showgrounds).

Championship; Phoenix Athletic Colts v Dungiven (St. Columb’s 2); Strabane Athletic v Clooney (Strabane); Foyle Harps v City Colts (Leafair); Culmore v Artigarvan (Culmore); Tristar v Sion Swifts (Prehen 1); Newton Heath v Foyle FC (Templemore Central).