Championship: Around the grounds
Carrick Rangers will face Larne at Seaview on 28 December, as their Taylor's Avenue ground is out of action due to damaged caused to their changing rooms by a recent problem with their boiler.
After Saturday's game, Rangers will play their home games at Larne's Inver Park until Taylor's Avenue is back in action. Rangers hope to return to their traditional home in February.
Bangor and the PSNI will be number one for Christmas. Bangor's comfortable 6-1 win over Coagh United took them to the top of the Belfast Telegraph Championship One, while Gavin Arthur's PSNI lead the way in Championship Two.
Queen's University will host the PSNI on Saturday, as Championship Two enjoys a set of festive derbies. Elsewhere, Ballymoney United and Glebe Rangers play at the Riada, Portstewart face Wakehurst and Annagh United take on Lurgan Celtic.
Armagh City are running a bus to the Bob Radcliffe Cup final on Boxing Day. The Armagh City club room at Holm Park will open at 9am and the bus to Loughgall will leave at 10.15am. The Eagles will face Mid Ulster Football League champions Dollingstown at 11am.
Coagh United and Limavady United are in danger of being cut adrift at the bottom of Championship One. Coagh are currently five points behind Dergview in 12th place, while Limavady in six points away from the safety zone.
Belfast Telegraph Digital