ANNAGH STUN LARNE WITH LATE WINNER
Two second half goals saw Annagh United defeat Premiership visitors Larne to reach the BetMcLean Cup quarter-finals.
Larne moved in front midway through the first half when Andy Scott cut the ball in from the left before curling an effort low into the bottom corner from around 20 yards.
Annagh might have levelled a little later when Adam Glenny struck an upright from a free-kick while Conor Mullen's rebound went over.
However, the Championship side grab the equaliser five minutes after the break with a superb Craig Taylor strike at the near post.
Larne were reduced to ten men just before the hour when Daniel Kearns was dismissed following two bookings in quick succession.
Annagh's winner came in stoppage time after Mullen connected with a Glenny cross to convert at the back post.
Annagh United: Little, Glenny, Finnegan, Harpur, Henderson, Mullen, Taylor, McDonald, McGinley, McKinney, McCullough subs Hughes (not used), Murray (replaced Taylor 58), Topley (not used), Smyth (replaced McGinley 90+2), Moffatt (replaced Harpur 58), Gibson (not used)
Larne: McIntyre, Kelly, Watson, Sule, Kearns, Bonis, Scott, Hughes, Sloan, Lusty, Brown subs Ferguson (not used), O'Neill (replaced Bonis 46), A. Donnelly (replaced Brown 64), Gordon (replaced Sloan 64), Hutchison (not used), Millar (replaced Lusty 64), C. Donnelly (not used)