EMMET NABS DERGVIEW'S STOPPAGE TIME WINNER
Dergview picked up an important three points with victory over Dundela at Darragh Park.
The win keeps Ivan Sproule's side in 11th spot, but moves them onto 22 points - six clear of bottom placed Knockbreda and one adrift of the PSNI but, crucially, with two games in hand over both sides.
Emmet McNabb bagged the winner in stoppage time, his third goal in two games after scoring twice at the weekend.
Scoreless at the break, Dundela perhaps came closest during the first half after taking the ball around keeper Paul Wells only for his shot to be cleared off the line. And McComb had the ball in the net just after the hour, but his 'goal' was ruled out offside.
However, McNabb popped up in the 91st minute to snatch victory for Dergview following a quality build up and finish.
Dergview: Wells, A. Sproule, Falconer, Maxwell, M. Buchanan, Callaghan, McNabb, Ad. Buchanan, Ferry, Smith, McIntyre subs McNulty (not used), Young (not used), Curry (replaced McIntyre 64), Doherty (not used), Wallace (replaced Smith 79)
Dundela: McBride, Tommons, Kerr, McCawl, Morrison, Magee, McMaster, Kane, McComb, Watts, Holden subs Swann (replaced Holden 88), Devine (replaced McCawl 79), Doey (not used), McNicholl (replaced McMaster 64), Sergeant (not used)