Terry Kelly Cup final decided on Sunday

Abercorn's Patrick McDonnell, protects the ball from Brandywell's Paul Kelly during this Derry & District game at the Brandywell Showgrounds. (1803SL26)
Abercorn's Patrick McDonnell, protects the ball from Brandywell's Paul Kelly during this Derry & District game at the Brandywell Showgrounds. (1803SL26)

TOP OF The Hill Celtic will attempt to win their fourth Terry Kelly Memorial Cup on Sunday as they take on Trojans who are making their first final appearance in this year’s decider at Brandywell Stadium. (Kick-off 3 p.m.)

Meanwhile, Park Bar can open up a gap at the top of the Premier Division table if they can defeat bottom club, Porter’s while Culmore take on Abercorn and Tristar meet Don Bosco’s.

In Division One Derry City will be promoted to the Premier Division should they record victory over A.O.H. Harps and in the big game in this division, fourth placed Phoenix take on third placed Crescent.

Elsewhere Campbell’s can almost secure the second promotion spot with a victory over Killea N.C.

In a McAlinden Cup first round tie Oxford Stars play First Division team The Bentley.

Fixtures - Terry Kelly Memorial Cup Final - Top of the Hill Celtic v Trojans (Brandywell Stadium) Kick-off 3 p.m.; The following games kick-off at 11.30 a.m. - Premier Division - Abercorn v Culmore (Lisnagelvin 2); Tristar v Don Bosco’s (St Columb’s 2); Porter’s v Park Bar (Prehen 3); Division One - Phoenix v Crescent (Prehen 5); A.O.H. Harps v Derry City (Daisyfield 2); Campbell’s v Killea N.C. (Lisnagelvin 4); McAlinden Cup First Round - Oxford Stars v The Bentley (Swilly).

A.G.M.

The Annual General Meeting will be held on April 15th in the A.O.H. Hall in Foyle Street. Any new teams wishing to apply should do so in writing to the Secretary, Willie Barrett at 120 Creggan Road no later than that date.