Westbank poised to move clear at summit

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WESTBANK UNITED can take a step closer to winning the Premier Division title tomorrow should they record victory over Brandywell Celtic at Lisnagelvin.

The league leaders will move three points clear if they claim maximum points from their game in hand over nearest rivals Phoenix Swifts who are not in action.

Also in the top flight Clooney meet Creggan Swifts at St Columb’s Park and Foyle Harps take on Du Pont at Templemore Sports Complex.

Meanwhile, the Championship title race could be concluded tomorrow as Red Star take on Drumahoe in Prehen and a win for either side would decide the destination of the trophy. Should the game finish in a draw, Red Star would have to defeat Newton Heath in their last game of the season to ensure they claim the title.

The only other game in this division involves Rocking Chair who take on Sion Swifts at The Showgrounds and a defeat for the Strabane men could see them face the drop.

In the First Division Benbradagh Colts welcome Strabane to Park; Top of the Hill Celtic take on HML and Oakleaf meet Collegians at Prehen.

Results and scorers from Tuesday night’s Championship clash: Red Star 5 (McDaid 2, Ryan, Ferry 2) , Tamnaherin Celtic 1 (O’Neill); Drumahoe 3 (Moore, Smyth, Miller), Sion Swifts 1 (Patton); First Division - Top of the Hill Celtic Youth 3 (Kane, Lowry 2), Oakleaf Celtic 1 (Magee).