Derry City Reserves increased their lead at the top of the Ulster Senior League to 6 points after Sunday’s results. City’s game was reversed to St.Patrick Park in Drumkeen. With the game 1-1 at half time, Derry eventually ran out 7-4 winners.
The other two games played on Sunday ended in draws. Kildrum Tigers and Fanad United drew 1-1 in St Johnston and Swilly Rovers and Buncranna Hearts played out a 2-2 draw.
In the DPD USL Division One, Bonagee United are the early leaders after four rounds of games. At the weekend Swilly Rovers defeated Letterkenny Rovers by 3 goals to 2 and Drumkeen United collected all three points in a 4-2 win over Kildrum Tigers.
DPD USL Division One
Swilly Rovers 3-2 Letterkenny Rovers
Drumkeen United 4-2 Kildrum Tigers
4Lanterns Ulster Senior League
Sunday, July 15th
Drumkeen United 4-7 Derry City Reserves
Cockhill Celtic 0-1 Letterkenny Rovers
Swilly Rovers 2-2 Buncrana Hearts
Kildrum Tigers 1-1 Fanad United
Sunday, July 22nd
4Lanters Ulster Senior League
Derry City Reserves v Kildrum Tigers
Letterkenny Rovers v Swilly Rovers
Bonagee United v Drumkeen United
Fanad United v Cockhill CelticTags: