Ian Callender (Belfast Telegraph)
CIYMS were matching Brigade win for win in the Robinson Services Premier League until two weeks ago but the surprise loss at Carrickfergus - the day after their NCU T20 Cup success – is still their only setback and victory against second place North Down, in Comber, tomorrow should turn their last five matches into a procession to the title.
The first of the remaining five games is actually on Sunday with CI due to visit Instonians who are desperate for points at the other end of the table but anything they get this weekend will be a bonus as first up today is the visit of Waringstown.
The most important game of the league weekend could be at Moylena tomorrow where Muckamore face Lisburn, who are just one win better off than Instonians and Muckamore. Having played a game less than the Antrim side, Lisburn will feel that a win there should be enough to retain their top flight status – especially after Muckamore host Waringstown on Sunday they will have only two games to play.