THREE FLOWERS take on the only remaining First Division representatives, Oxford Stars for a place in next month’s Terry Kelly Memorial Cup final in an intriguing clash at Brandywell Stadium on Sunday.
Also vying for a place in the March 11th showpiece are Premier Division rivals, Don Bosco’s and Tristar who meet at the Brandywell Showgrounds.
Meanwhile, in the first round of the McAlinden Cup which is now in its 90th year, Trojans face Top of the Hill Celtic; Abercorn play Porter’s and A.O.H. take on Brandywell Harps.
In the First Division Culmore host The Bentley; Phoenix take on Strand United; Ballymoor meet Campbell’s and Maydown host Crescent.
Fixtures - Terry Kelly Memorial Cup semi-finals - Three Flowers v Oxford Stars (Brandywell); Don Bosco’s v Tristar (Showgrounds); McAlinden Cup first round - A.O.H. Harps v Brandywell Harps (St Columb’s 2); Trojans v Top of the Hill Celtic (Oakland Park); Abercorn v Porter’s (Prehen 2). All cup ties must be played to a finish.
Division One - Culmore v The Bentley (Culmore); Ballymoor v Campbell’s (Lisnagelvin 4); Phoenix v Strand United (Prehen 5); Maydown v Crescent (Strathfoyle). All games kick-off at 11.30 a.m.
At Monday night’s meeting one person was suspended until the end of the season and it was decided that the Crescent v Culmore match which was abandoned last Sunday will now be played on March 4th in St Columb’s Park.
The A.G.M. will be held in the A.O.H. showrooms on Monday, April 23rd at 7.30 p.m. Any new club wishing to apply should contact the Secretary, Mr Willie Barrett, 120 Creggan Road or either Jim Crossan or Liam Smyth.
All teams are again reminded to start returning ticket money fo rthe D&D’s 90th anniversary function in Pitcher’s on Monday, April 30th.