Three Flowers remain in title contention after slender win

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RORY McGilloway’s solitary strike was enough to give Three Flowers maximum points in Sunday’s Premier Division encounter against Lisahally in Strathfoyle as the Coshquin men stay in the title hunt.

And in the only other game to be played on Sunday Tristar easily defeated Trojans in St Columb’s Park to progress to the quarter-finals of the McAlinden Cup. Tristar will now meet Oxford United Stars for a place in the last four.


Premier Division - Lisahally 0, Three Flowers 1; McAlinden Cup 2nd round - Tristar 3, Trojans 0.

Midweek Fixtures

Midweek fixtures - Thursday, April 5th - Premier Division - (Kick-off 6.15 p.m.) - Celtic Swifts v Three Flowers (St Columb’s 3); McAlinden Cup 2nd Round - Abercorn v Culmore (St Columb’s 2); Lisahally v Don Bosco’s (Strathfoyle).

As all Derry City Council pitches are all closed there will be no matches on Easter Sunday.

There will be no meeting on Monday, April 9th. All teams are once again reminded to make their ticket returns as soo as possible.

Any new teams wishing to join the Derry & District F.A should put their names forward now. Matches scheduled for Sunday, April 15th or Thursday, April 19th.

McAlinden Cup quarter-finals - The Bentley v Brandywell Harps; Don Bosco’s/Lisahally v Campbell’s; Tristar v Oxford United Stars; Strand United v Abercorn/Culmore.


Everyone connected with the Derry & District would like to express their condolences to the family and friends of Seamus McDowell who sadly passed away on Friday.

May he rest in peace.