Terry Kelly Cup to be decided at Brandywell on Sunday

Micky Dillon fails to score as Three Flowers keeper Conleith Crudden saves'during this Derry and district clash at the Brandywell on Sunday. (0403SL59)

Micky Dillon fails to score as Three Flowers keeper Conleith Crudden saves'during this Derry and district clash at the Brandywell on Sunday. (0403SL59)

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THREE FLOWERS will attempt to win their first ever Terry Kelly Memorial Cup Final on Sunday when they take on Don Bosco’s in Sunday’s highly anticipated showpiece at Brandywell Stadium. (Kick-off 3.30 p.m.)

Before the Cup Final kicks-off, the team which will join First Division champions, Oxford in the Premier Division next season will be decided as Campbell’s play Culmore while Phoenix take on Ballymoor.

In the Premier Division, leaders Top of the Hill Celtic can extend their lead at the top if they can defeat Tristar and Porter’s meet Trojans.

There are three ties in the second round of the McAlinden Cup to be played on Sunday as Celtic Swifts meet Brandywell Harps; Maydown host Oxford and Crescent take on The Bentley.

Fixtures - Terry Kelly Memorial Cup Final - Three Flowers v Don Bosco’s (Brandywell), K.O. 3.30 p.m.; Premier Division - Tristar v Top of the Hill Celtic (St Columb’s 2); Porter’s v Trojans (Daisyfield 2); Division One - Campbell’s v Culmore (Lisnaglevin 4); Ballymoor v Phoenix (Lisnaglevin 2); McAlinden Cup 2nd round - Celtic Swifts v Brandywell Harps (Prehen 2); Crescent v The Bentley (Prehen 5); Maydown v Oxford Stars (Strathfoyle).

All cup ties, including the final must be played to a finish. Extra-time and penalties will be played if required.