LEADERS DUNDELA FIGHT BACK FROM TWO DOWN TO WIN AT WILGAR
Carl McComb knocked home four goals as league leaders Dundela came from two down to defeat PSNI at Wilgar Park.
Tony Tumelty fired the PSNI in front on 27 minutes with a superb 20-yard right-foot effort which crept past Ryan McBride at left post.
Then, just a couple of minutes after that, Aaron Cochrane did well to control the ball and squeeze a lot shot beneath the Dundela keeper at the near post.
The PSNI were reduced to ten men early in the second half when Owen Moody was dismissed for handball inside the area, but Jay Magee saw his subsequent spot-kick saved by Oliver Fleetham.
McComb pulled one back for Dundela just after the hour when he was left unmarked inside the area to sweep home David McMaster's cross from the right.
He scrambled home the equaliser soon after before nodding in number three on 77 minutes after Gareth Tommons had cut through the PSNI defence to cross from the right side of the area.
McMaster made it 4-2 with a sweeping finish from the edge of the box following Daniel Burns' run and lay-off down the left before McComb completed the scoring from the rebound after the ball had come off the crossbar.
Nathan O'Neill became the second PSNI man to be sent-off soon after for a challenge on Jordan Morrison, his second booking of the game.
Dundela: McBride, King, Kerr, Tommons, Morrison, Magee, Bingham, Kane, McComb, McNicholl, Burns subs McMaster (replaced King 60), Devine (replaced Bingham 60), Watts (replaced Kane 73), Murdock (not used), Blayney (not used)
PSNI: Fleetham, Ferguson, Whittle, Harland, Turk, Cochrane, Moody, O'Neill, Tumelty, Courtney, Anderson subs Green (replaced Whittle 81), McCleery (not used), Martyn (not used), Gauthier (replaced Ferguson 65), Moore (replaced Courtney 84)