Top of the Hill move into driving seat in race for title

Three Flower's Sean martin fails to stop this goal by Top pf the Hill Celtic's Vinny Sweeney 'during this Derry and District fixture at Lisnagelvin on Sunday moring. (1202SL43)
Three Flower's Sean martin fails to stop this goal by Top pf the Hill Celtic's Vinny Sweeney 'during this Derry and District fixture at Lisnagelvin on Sunday moring. (1202SL43)

TOP OF the Hill Celtic defeated their only rivals in the race for the Premier Division title, Three Flowers in a nine goal thriller at Lisnagelvin on Sunday to move four points clear at the top.

Elsewhere in the top flight Tristar ran out comfortable winners against Celtic Swifts; Don Bosco’s defeated Trojans while Abercorn failed to field a team against Porter’s.

In the First Division Culmore stayed on track for promotion with a home win over A.O.H. Harps; Maydown and Ballymoor shared six goals in an entertaining draw and Campbell’s defeated Crescent.

In the Terry Kelly Memorial Cup quarter-final, First Division leaders, Oxford caused an upset when defeating Premier Division outfit, Lisahally.

Results - Premier Division; Top of the Hill Celtic 6, Three Flowers 3; Tristar 4, Celtic Swifts 0; Porter’s v Abercorn 0 (Abercorn failed to field a side therefore Porter’s awarded a 2-0 win); Trojans 4, Don Bosco’s 5; Division One - Campbell’s 2, Crescent 0; Maydown 3, Ballymoor 3; Culmore 3, A.O.H. Harps 1; Terry Kelly Memorial Cup quarter-finals - Lisahally 0, Oxford United Stars 3.