NW FOOTBALL: Wanderers move into pole position

Ardmore's Dan McIntyre. INLS4715-112KM
Ardmore's Dan McIntyre. INLS4715-112KM

Foyle Wanderers joined Lincoln Courts at the top of the Premier Division after defeating Tullyally 6-0 with five different players on the score sheet.

Limavady United Drummond had a welcome 5-1 home win over Claudy Rovers with goals from Doherty with a hat trick and one each from Crockett and O’Kane.

In the Matt Morrison Junior Cup, Calvin McCallion scored a double hat trick in Ardmore’s 7-1 hammering at Greysreel.

Cup holders Lisahally began their defence of the trophy with a comfortable 4-1 home win over Maghera Strollers their scorers were Canning, O’Kane, Toland and Harkin.

Lincoln Courts defeated Claudy United 3-1 with Hamilton getting all the goals, McSparron replied for the home side, in the other game Sion defeated Maghera United 3-0.

In the First Division leaders Draperstown Celtic Reserves made it seven wins in a row when they narrowly defeated Lincoln Courts Reserves 3-2, second placed Burnfoot United also remind unbeaten, after they seen off bottom side Irish Street.

Ardmore Reserves and Roe Rovers played out an entertaining game at McCourt’s on Saturday, with the Roesiders coming out 3-0 victors in the end.

In the Second Division leaders Limavady RFC picked up another three points when they secured a 9-2 win over Roe Rovers Reserves.

Second placed Kick Start, like Limavady have secured maximum points from all 10 league games this season, defeated Foyle Wanderers Reserves, with Mick McCready (2) and a hat-trick from Blaine Curtis meant they had a comfortable 5-1 victory.