Belfast Telegraph

Friday 29 August 2014

Loughgall out for revenge over Donegal Celtic

Loughgall will be aiming to strike an early blow to one of their potential title rivals when they tackle Donegal Celtic at Suffolk Road tomorrow.

The Villagers and Bangor are the only two sides with a 100 per cent record after two games in Ladbrokes.com Championship One.

Loughgall will be thirsty for revenge after the Hoops knocked them out of the Co-operative Insurance Cup on Monday.

Bangor travel to Carrick Rangers while Limavady United visit Glebe Rangers.

Basement battlers Coagh United — who along with Carrick have yet to score their first league goal — host Larne. In Ladbrokes.com Championship Two, Portstewart, Tobermore United and H&W Welders are leading the way with six points from two games.

Ladbrokes.com Championship 1|(kick-off 3pm): Armagh City v Ballymoney United; Ballyclare Comrades v Ballinamallard United; Banbridge Town v Ards; Carrick Rangers v Bangor; Coagh United v Larne; Donegal Celtic v Loughgall; Glebe Rangers v Limavady United.

Ladbrokes.com Championship 2

(kick-off 3pm): Annagh United v Moyola Park; Dergview v Portstewart; Dundela v Killymoon Rangers; HW Welders v Queen's University; PSNI v Tobermore United; Sport & Leisure Swifts v Lurgan Celtic; Wakehurst v Knockbreda.

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