Creggan Swifts joined Westbank United at the top of The Bentley Bar North West Saturday Morning League Premier Division table after they came from behind to defeat Hatmore Harps.
With Westbank losing to an impressive Clifton Villa, those results were enough to see the teams tied together on 22 points at the summit.
It was almost a full programme, the only blip being the game that was to feature Rosemount and HML which was postponed as HML failed to field. They now face a potential £50 fine plus costs for that infringement.
Elsewhere, Brandywell enjoyed a 3-2 win over Bentley and Tamnaherin Celtic had a good win at home over Du Pont.
In the Championship, the leaders Foyle Harps defeated Phoenix Athletic Colts and Culmore suffered another home defeat as they were well beaten by Strabane Athletic. Tristar and Dungiven shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw while Newton Heath defeated Clooney in their game. City Colts and Sion Swifts also had big wins over Foyle and Artigarvan respectively.
Saturday, November 14th: Premier Division; HML v Hatmore Harps (Showgrounds); Bentley v Creggan Swifts (Lisnagelvin 2); Westbank United v Rosemount (Prehen 1); Tamnaherin Celtic v Clifton Villa (Lettershandoney).
Championship; Phoenix Athletic Colts v Strabane Athletic (Lisnagelvin 4); Dungiven v Foyle Harps (Dungiven); Clooney v Culmore (St. Columb’s 2); City Colts v Tristar (Prehen 4); Artigarvan v Newton Heath (Prehen 6); Sion Swifts v Foyle FC (Strabane).