It all goes down to the last day


Lisburn Distillery v Bangor, Saturday, 3pm

BANGOR’S championship and promotion hopes will all depend on what happens on the last day of the season.

The Seasiders left it late in beating Harland and Wolff Welders on Tuesday night while title challengers Carrick Rangers beat PSNI 3-1.

That leaves Bangor in second place in the league, two points behind carrick. Bangor travel to New Grosvenor on Saturday for a must-win game in their quest for promotion.

The Whites are in ninth place in the table with a record of eight wins, four draws and 13 defeats in their 25 matches.

Carrick meanwhile will be at home to bottom of the league and already relegated Dundela.

The other team in the mix is Ards who are in third place, two points adrift of Bangor.

They are at home to Ballyclare on Saturday.

Whoever wins the league is automatically promoted to the Premiership but should Bangor finish in second place, they will play Warrenpoint Town home and away to see who gets the final premiership place.

The Clandeboye Bangor Supporters Club coach to the game will depart from BFC Social Club at 1pm. All supporters will be welcome.