Lisburn Distillery boss Tommy Kincaid says his men face a “really tough game” when they take on league leaders H & W Welders at New Grosvenor tomorrow (Saturday, 3pm).
The Whites will be without several players through injury, suspension or unavailability, leaving them facing a difficult task.
Kincaid commented: “It will be a really tough game; they are flying this year. They have one of the best strikers in the league, who scored 40-odd goals last season,
“It will be a difficult fixture.”
However, the Whites go into the match, having finally got a win last time out against Armagh City.
“It was a weight off everybody’s shoulders,” Kincaid commented. “But it is only three points. A lot of teams have the same amount of points in the league, we have got to pick up as many points as possible.
“Saturday will be a really hard game, we are going in, not depleted, but not with our strongest squad.
“The mood in the camp is really good, they are a very close unit. They’ve worked hard over the last week and we will work on a few things to get ready the best we can for Saturday.”
Whites seek volunteers for annual contest
Lisburn Distillery’s Annual P6 cross community Primary schools tournament will take place this year at New Grosvenor on Wednesday 23rd September.
As usual schools from right across the borough of Lisburn will take part in the highly respected competition.
The club needs volunteers to help out on the day so if you are free and willing to help out from 9am to around 2pm please e-mail LDFCSecretary@virginmedia.com