Derry City Reserves, pictured before their victory over Finn Harps Reserves in the USL on Monday night.
There are three games fixtured for this weekend in the Ulster Senior League with the meeting of Bonagee United and Cockhill Celtic the big match of the day.
Here's a round up of league news and snippets ahead of this weekend.
Sunday, November 13, 2pm
Bonagee United v Cockhill Celtic Referee – Marty McGarrigle; assistants – Marty Quinn and Dessie McLaughlin
Derry City Reserves v Fanad United Referee – Paul Duddy
Swilly Rovers v Finn Harps Reserves Referee - Michael Connolly
Cathal Farren (Derry City Reserves) 5
Mark Moran (Cockhill Celtic) 4
Aidan McLaughlin (Bonagee United) 3
Gerard McLaughlin (Cockhill Celtic) 3
Max Karner (Derry City Reserves) 3
Darren McElwaine (Letterkenny Rovers) 3
Congratulations to Ronan Curtis of Derry City, who has been named on the Republic of Ireland Under-21 squad for a training camp this week that will include friendlies against Czech Republic and Slovakia.
The 20-year-old St Johnston man had a superb season with Derry City’s first team under Kenny Shiels and has been rewarded with a call-up to Noel King’s Under-21 squad.
Curtis played with Kildrum Tigers at schoolboy level before he moved to Swilly Rovers and then onto Derry City and, having graduated from the Candystripes’ Ulster Senior League team, stepped into the first team ranks.
WELL DONE, GARBHAN
Everyone associated with the Ulster Senior League would like to congratulate Cockhill Celtic’s Garbhan Friel on winning the Ulster Senior light-heavyweight title on Friday night.
As well as being a talented striker in the USL, Friel also stars in the ring and defeated Cathal Browne in the final in Belfast.
A delegate meeting for Ulster Senior League clubs will be held on Monday night next, November 14, in the Mount Errigal Hotel, Letterkenny, at 8pm. All clubs are asked to be represented.
Clubs are reminded to submit their weekly reports and club news to the Ulster Senior League PRO, Chris McNulty, at firstname.lastname@example.org