Trojans, Porter’s battle for place in Kelly Cup semi-final

Derry Colts Conal Arnold gets in a tackle on Glenavon's Jamie McCandless during the NIBFA National League Under 14B game at Lurgan Junior High 3G. RicPics. 2/2/13.
Derry Colts Conal Arnold gets in a tackle on Glenavon's Jamie McCandless during the NIBFA National League Under 14B game at Lurgan Junior High 3G. RicPics. 2/2/13.

TROJANS and Porter’s will try yet again to get their Terry Kelly Memorial Cup quarter-final tie played this weekend, that match scheduled for Brandywell Stadium.

Meanwhile, in the Premier Division, the Park Bar will lock horns with title rivals, Abercorn; Lisahally host Tristar while Don Bosco’s will entertain Oxford United Stars.

In the First Division, Derry City play Ballymoor, Crescent face Strand United while Campbell’s take on The Bentley.

All games must kick-off at 11.30 a.m. sharp.

Sunday’s Fixtures

Trojans v. Porter’s (Brandywell Stadium).

Premier Division - Lisahally v. Trisar (Strathfoyle); Don Bosco’s v. Oxford United Stars (Templemore Sports Complex Central); Park Bar v. Abercorn (St. Columb’s 2).

Division One - Derry City v. Ballymoor (Lisnagelvin 2); Crescent v. Strand United (Prehen 5); and Campbell’s v. The Bentley (Lisnagelvin 4).

Sympathy Extended

The Derry & District F.A.’s Management Committee, on behalf of the clubs, extend sincere sympathy to Jeff Ashe and the extended Ashe family following the recent death of his mother, Mary.

May she rest in peace.

Meanwhile, on last Sunday night the Derry & District F.A. lost one of its most respected and longest serving referees with the news of the sad passing of Felix McCrossan.

Sincere sympathy is extended to the family and friends of Felix as North-West football will be all the poorer following his passing.

May he rest in peace.