TOTHC seek to bridge the gap on Premier Division summit

Crescent's Arnie Doherty makes a great turn from Oxford's Dean McClafferty during last week's game at St Columb's Park. DER4513SL021
Crescent's Arnie Doherty makes a great turn from Oxford's Dean McClafferty during last week's game at St Columb's Park. DER4513SL021

Top of the Hill Celtic return to action this Sunday and they will be anxious to bridge the eight point gap at the top with victory over Tristar.

Elsewhere Lisahally will be hoping to bounce back from defeat last weekend when they meet Phoenix in Strathfoyle.

And the clash between Trojans and Derry City promises to be an entertaining affair with both teams vying to make it into the top eight when the midseason break arrives.

Abercorn face a tough test of their title credentials against an Brandywell Harps and Culmore host Ballymoor.

Elsewhere Campbell’s meet Oxford Stars and Crescent take on Culmore Colts.

Fixtures

Sunday, November 10th; Lisahally v Phoenix (Strathfoyle); Trojans v Derry City (St. Columb’s 3); Brandywell Harps v Abercorn (Showgrounds); Tristar v Top of the Hill (Swilly); Culmore v Ballymoor (Culmore); Campbell’s v Oxford (Lisnagelvin 2); Crescent v Culmore Colts (Prehen 2).

Sunday, November 17th - Park Bar v Lisahally (Showgrounds); Brandywell Hps v Campbell’s (Prehen 3); Abercorn v Trojans (Brandywell); Derry City v Tristar (St Columb’s 2); Oxford v Ballymoor (Swilly); Top of the Hill v Culmore Colts (Lisnagelvin 2); Culmore v Crescent (Culmore).

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