THREE FLOWERS face a must win clash against Lisahally if they are to maintain their challenge for the Premier Division title in one of just two games to be played this Sunday as the season draws to a close.
A victory for Lisahally would present Top of the Hill Celtic with the league title therefore, Flowers will need to collect maximum points to keep their hopes alive.
Meanwhile, in a second round McAlinden Cup tie, Tristar take on rivals, Trojans at St Columb’s Park.
Premier Division - (Kick-off 11.30 a.m.) - Lisahally v Three Flowers (Strathfoyle); McAlinden Cup 2nd round - Tristar v Trojans (St Columb’s 2); Thursday, April 5th - Premier Division - (Kick-off 6.15 p.m.) - Celtic Swifts v Three Flowers (St Columb’s 3); McAlinden Cup 2nd round - (Kick-off 6.15 p.m.) - Lisahally v Don Bosco’s (Strathfoyle); Abercorn v Culmore (St Columb’s 2).
The three mid-week games will be previewed in next Tuesday’s ‘Journal’.At Monday night’s meeting the draw was made for the McAlinden Cup quarter-finals and resulted as follows - Strand United v Abercorn/Culmore; The Bentley v Brandywell Harps; Don Bosco’s/Lisahally v Campbell’s; Tristar/Trojans v Oxford United Stars.
The final of the McAlinden Cup will be played on Sunday, April 29th in the Brandywell Stadium.
The City Herald F.C are the only new team to have applied to join the D&D next season so far.
The Annual General Meeting will be held on April 23rd and any new teams wishing to apply for entry should do so before that date.
All teams are reminded that they have to sell their tickets for the D&D’s 90th anniversary function on Friday, May 4th.