Top of the Hill Celtic go top of the table after battling draw

OFFSIDE?. . . .Top of the Hill's Aaron Nash chips the Park's goalkeeper Conor McCrudden to score but was adjudged offside by the linesmen during Sunday's clash at Lisnagelvin. 1610JM42
OFFSIDE?. . . .Top of the Hill's Aaron Nash chips the Park's goalkeeper Conor McCrudden to score but was adjudged offside by the linesmen during Sunday's clash at Lisnagelvin. 1610JM42

REIGNING champions, Top of the Hill Celtic joined Abercorn at the top of the Premier Division table having come from behind to secure a share of the spoils against Park Bar.

Elsewhere, Oxford defeated bottom of the table side, Porter’s to close to within one point of the joint leaders and Lisahally claimed victory over Brandywell Harps.

In Division One Derry City defeated Killea N.C. to go two points clear at the summit of the table; Phoenix comfortably claimed the win against A.O.H. Harps; The Rocking Chair and Campbell’s played out a draw while Ballymoor and Strand United also shared the spoils in their encounter.

And in the only other fixture to be played in the First Division The Bentley defeated City Herald in a nine goal thriller at Lisnagelvin.

Fixtures - Premier Division - Top of the Hill Celtic 3, Park Bar; Brandywell Harps 1, Lisahally 4; Porter’s 2, Oxford Stars 5; Division One - Killea N.C. 1, Derry City 3; Ballymoor 4, Strand United 4; Campbell’s 2, Rocking Chair 2; Phoenix 5, A.O.H. Harps 0; City Herald 4, The Bentley 5.