Steven Hislop (90 2)
Alan McMurtry (90p)


Daire Rooney (60)


Steven Hislop is mobbed after his dramatic late winner for Lisburn Distillery against Queen's (Picture: David Hunter)


Lisburn Distillery completed the double against Queen's University and, perhaps more crucially, secured back to back league wins for the first time this season.

The match wasn't all plain sailing for the Whites however and for a long time it looked as though it would be Queens who would be making the short trip back home with all three points, who took the lead in the 60th minute thanks to Daire Rooney.

With literally seconds remaining of the match Lisburn Distillery equalised from the penalty spot virtue of Alan McMurty after the referee had spotted a handball in the area.

Then, as if to rub salt in their wounds, Steven Hislop scored the winner in the second minute of injury time from an Aaron Harris corner.

Lisburn Distillery: Galbraith, McParland, Clarke, Doherty, Curley, Hislop, McMurty, Harris, Young, McCaw, Lynch subs McCrea (not used), Brown (not used), Johnston (not used), Martin (not used), Beta (replaced Clarke 69)

Queen's University: Brown, Culbert, Budden, Hanna, McManus, A. Keenan, Allison, Hagan, Rooney, O'Hare, Hughes subs Friel (not used), Jones (not used), Macauley (not used), Orr (replaced Hanna 21), Byrne (replaced O'Hare 60)

Referee: Andrew Woodside