Championship: Around The Grounds, March 22
Annagh United are the most entertaining team in the United Kingdom, according to NIFL.
The Belfast Telegraph Championship Two side have scored 59 goals and conceded 39 goals in 20 league games. That means their games have an average of 4.9 goals per game, which is the highest goals per game ratio in UK League football. No league team in Northern Ireland, England, Scotland or Wales can better that tally, so the club's fans are certainly getting their money's worth this season.
Donegal Celtic's Championship One fixture against the PSNI next Saturday may be moved. The important relegation battle is due to be played at Celtic Park in west Belfast on Saturday, but there are suggestions the game may be moved to the PSNI's Newforge for security reasons. The Northern Ireland Football League are expected to make a decision at the start of this week.
Limavady United climbed to the top of Belfast Telegraph Championship Two on Saturday with a 3-0 win over Ballymoney United. They're now three points clear of Lurgan Celtic, who surprisingly lost 1-0 to Glebe Rangers.
Armagh City at home to Carrick Rangers is one of three Belfast Telegraph Championship One games this Tuesday night. Elsewhere, Ards host Harland & Wolff Welders while Dergview are at home to Larne.
Dergview's home game against Carrick Rangers is one of two games that is scheduled for Championship One's 'catch-up Saturday'. April 11 was left blank at the start of the season, so postponed games could be slotted in. The other rearranged match is Lisburn Distillery against Harland & Wolff Welders.
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