Top of the Hill Celtic maintain advantage on league summit

Brandywell Harp's Dee McGee in action against Oxford Star's Andrew Ferrin during Sunday's D&D game at Prehen. (2201PG65)
Brandywell Harp's Dee McGee in action against Oxford Star's Andrew Ferrin during Sunday's D&D game at Prehen. (2201PG65)
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PREMIER DIVISION leaders, Top of the Hill Celtic maintained their advantage in the race for the title following a hard earned victory over Don Bosco’s on Sunday.

Meanwhile, Oxford Stars moved into second place after a slender win over Brandywell Harps; Park Bar easily accounted for Trojans and Porter’s and Tristar played out a scoreless draw.

The Abercorn v Lisahally game was abandoned when Abercorn’s Mark Crossan sustained a serious ankle injury and was taken to hospital by ambulance.

In Division One Derry City regained top spot when they defeated George’s Bar; Campbell’s hit Strand United for six while The Bentley defeated Killea N.C.

Results - Premier Division - Abercorn v Lisahally (game abandoned); Don Bosco’s 1, Top of the Hill Celtic 2; Trojans 0, Park Bar 5; Oxford Stars 1, Brandywell Harps 0; Porter’s 0, Tristar 0; Division One - George’s Bar 1, Derry City 4; Campbell’s 6, Strand United 1; The Bentley 5, Killea N.C. 2.

Abercorn would like to thank the Lisahally players and officials for their assistance when Mark Crossan sustained a fractured ankle. Everyone connected to the D&D would like to wish Mark a speedy recovery.

The association would also like to express its condolances to the family and friends of Gwen Garfield who sadly died on Thursday. Her sons, Jack and Gary run the Maydown F.C. in the D&D.

May she rest in peace.