CREGGAN SWIFTS and Clifton Villa will lock horns at Prehen tomorrow in an interesting top of the table clash, with both teams intent on inflicting a damaging blow to their opponent’s title chances.
Both teams are sitting second on 12 points and a win for either side will provide much needed breathing space and maintain the pressure on leaders, Phoenix Swifts.
Runaway leaders, Swifts put their 100 per cent start to the season on the line once again when they take on Clooney at Lisnagelvin and in the other top flight encounters Du Pont host Rosemount; Foyle Harps take on Westbank United and Magee University host Brandywell Celtic.
In the Championship Newton Heath face Tamnaherin Celtic; Northside Albion take on Foyle Athletic; Red Star meet Sion Swifts and leaders, Drumahoe host Rocking Chair.
And in the First Division, Collon Celtic take on Top of the Hill Celtic Youth; Collegians meet Strabane Athletic; Gransha Institute visit Benbradagh Colts and Hatmore Harps face Oakleaf Celtic.
Fixtures - Saturday, November 5th - Blue Riband Cup; Rosemount v Phoenix Swifts (Prehen No 1); Drumahoe v Sion Swifts (YMCA); Newton Heath v Brandywell Celtic (St Columb’s No 2); Du Pont v Foyle Athletic (Du Pont); Clooney v Foyle Harps (Lisnagelvin No 2); Gransha Institute v Top of the Hill Celtic Youth (Lisnagelvin No 4); Benbradagh Colts v Northside Albion (Dungiven); Tamnaherin Celtic v Strabane Athletic (Lettershandoney); HML v Collegians (Showgrounds); Oxford United v Collon Celtic (Thornhill); Hatmore Harps v Magee University (Templemore Central).