ANNAGH WIN UNDER THE LIGHTS TO GO SECOND
Annagh United moved into second spot overnight in the Lough 41 Championship after coming from behind at home to defeat Dergview.
All the scoring was confined to the first half with the visitors grabbing the early advantage through Matthew Kirk inside the opening ten minutes.
However, Ciaran McGurgan's side hit back with three goals in five minutes just after the half-hour mark to take a commanding lead into the interval.
Craig Taylor levelled on 32 minutes with a well struck free-kick, before Stephen Acheson edged Annagh in front at the second attempt after Alan Buchanan had saved his initial header.
Then, sixty seconds after that, Ruairi McDonald latched onto a Stephen Murray flick to give the Dergview keeper no chance with a ball across the face of goal.
Annagh United: Hughes, Campbell, Acheson, Norton, Duffin, Murray, Taylor, McDonald, Rogers, Upton, Moffatt subs M. Shortt (not used), Stewart (relaced Taylor 85), Richardson (replaced Duffin 83), McCormack (replaced Moffatt 90+1), Stephenson (not used), Kerr (not used)
Dergview: Al. Buchanan, McConnell, Falconer, Crown, McGinley, Kirk, C. Farren, Browne, Diver, McLaughlin, Callaghan subs Burns (replaced Kirk 46), Loughery (replaced C. Farren 72), Igiehon (replaced McGinley 65), Maxwell (not used), Wallace (replaced McConnell 72), Ad. Buchanan (replaced McLaughlin 83), Fielding (not used)