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Coagh United's Aaron Campbell in action against Chris Wilkinson (Ballymoney United) earlier in the season (Picture: Mervyn McClelland/


NO fewer than four sides can still claim the Belfast Telegraph Championship 2 title.

Not only that, but with the top two earning promotion there is plenty to target going into the final Saturday of the campaign.

Current leaders Coagh United (60pts) are the only one of the quartet on the road as they travel to Ballyclare Comrades whereas Dundela (59), Knockbreda (58) and Lurgan Celtic (57) are at home to Portstewart, Ballymoney United and Wakehurst respectively.

Lurgan Celtic go into their game with marginally the better recent form although Coagh and Dundela are not too far behind and even Knockbreda, who have fallen off the pace slightly, have collected ten points from their last six games.

With a mind-boggling number of permutations available it really is too complicated to speculate on the outcome safe to say it will be a nervous afternoon all round.