CUP REVENGE FOR THE WHITES
Lisburn Distillery hit four goals past Ballymacash Rangers to exact revenge upon their neighbours following a league reversal when the sides met at the weekend.
Distillery held a strong three-goal advantage at the break. They moved in front on 24 minutes courtesy of a strong Jamie Devenny finish, before goals from Michael Gallagher and Ryan McNickle in the closing moments of the first half.
Rangers pulled one back through Carl McComb ten minutes after the interval, but they couldn’t find a way back into the game – and their fate was sealed in stoppage time when Gallagher doubled up with Distillery’s fourth.
Ballymacash Rangers: Neeson, McComb, Malone, Morrison, Smith, Davidson, Brennan, Igiehon, Porter, Sinnerton, Bradley subs Cahoon, Clarke, Moore, Tumelty, McComb, Warwick, Robinson
Lisburn Distillery: Robinson, Sharkey, Flynn, McDermott, Angus, Woods, Grattan, Newell, Gallagher, McNickle, Devenny subs Magill, Cakaj, Geddis, McCutcheon, Lewis, Savage