RED STAR will be anxious to maintain the pressure on Championship leaders Drumahoe tomorrow when they travel to Sion Swifts as they still have high hopes of winning their first ever league title.
The current league leaders are also in action and they will be keen to keep some breathing space between their nearest rivals with victory over Northside Albion. Elsewhere in the Championship, Rocking Chair take on Foyle Athletic.
In the top flight title chasing, Westbank United face Clooney at The Showgrounds; Du Pont host Creggan Swifts and Clifton Villa take on second placed, Phoenix Swifts at Lisnagelvin.
And in the First Division Benbradagh Colts will be looking to cement their promotion hopes when they take on Top of the Hill Celtic Youth; Hatmore Harps take on HML; Oakleaf Celtic meet league leaders Gransha Institute at Prehen and Collon Celtic play Strabane Athletic at the same venue.
Annual General Meeting
Any club that has any proposals to make for the AGM has until April 27th to submit their proposals.
The Committee has decided that the Top Four Trophy will make a return this season. The top four clubs in the Premier Division will play in the Champions League next season and the top two in the Championship and First Division will play-off for The Top Four Trophy.
There will also be a supplementary cup played for this season and that will involve Championship and First Division sides that have not finished in the top two placings. The O’Bryan Cup will still be played for by teams in all three divisions.