Padraig Judge (73)


Aaron Harris (45 3)
Matthew Ferguson (61)


Matthew Ferguson points out he was the Whites' second goalscorer in the win over Armagh City (Picture: © David Hunter)


Lisburn Distillery secured a crucial three points in their bid for a top six place with victory over fellow hopefuls Armagh City at Holm Park.

Aaron Harris gave the Whites the advantage just before the break with an unmarked back post header from a Jonathan McCaw free-kick.

Matthew Ferguson made it 2-0 moments after the hour with another headed finish, this time from Alan McMurtry's right-wing cross.

Paudie Judge pulled one back for City on 73 minutes after he made the most of a lapse in the defence to send a low finish beyond Jonah Nicholl.

Armagh City: Devine, Clarke, Kerr, Lennon, Russell, Fields, Ferreita, Judge, Macuilaitis, Uprichard, Wilson subs Hynds (replaced Ferreita 70), Grimley (replaced Wilson 80), Courtney (replaced Fields 62), E. Tavares (not used), Campbell (not used)

Lisburn Distillery: Nicholl, McMurtry, Clarke, Moore, Reid, Hislop, J. Wright, Harris, McCaw, Young, Ferguson subs Saunders (not used), Curley (not used), Corry (replaced McCaw 85), Withers (replaced Hislop 90), Beta (not used)

Referee: Jamie Robinson