NO GOALS BUT VILLAGERS ALMOST THERE
The champagne is on ice for Loughgall after a scoreless draw with Annagh United moved them to the cusp of winning the Lough 41 Championship.
The Villagers hold a nine-point advantage at the top of the table with three games to go in addition to a vastly superior goal difference and require just a draw from their remaining outings to clinch the title.
Although failing to find the net, Loughgall did strike the woodwork twice at the BMG Arena.
Aaron Duke came close early on with a header against the crossbar while, a few minutes into the second half, Robbie Norton turned an effort against an upright.
Annagh United: Burns, Kerr, Glenny, Campbell, Finnegan, Storey, Murray, Taylor, McDonald, Smyth, Moffatt subs Harpur, Duffin, McGuinness, McGinley, McCullough, Stewart
Loughgall: Turker, Rea, Murdock, Kelly, Andrade, Teggart, Norton, Cartwright, Magee, Loughran, Duke subs Devine, Carson, Lyttle, Ferris, Hoey, McLaughlin, Patton