ANNAGH EDGE FIVE GOAL BLANCHFLOWER THRILLER
Annagh United twice came from behind before defeating HW Welders by the odd goal in five at the Blanchflower Stadium.
The Welders moved in front on 17 minutes through Alan McMurtry after Annagh keeper Eoin Hughes fumbled his shot before dropping it over the line.
Annagh levelled just after the half-hour mark when Ruairi McDonald sent over a cross which Stephen Murray rose to head past Ben McCauley.
McMurtry restored home advantage just before the break with a near post finish but, nine minutes into the second half, Annagh levelled again after Murray cut the ball back for Lee Upton to touch home.
However, the visitors moved in front of the first time with what proved to be the winner on 62 minutes after Murray again turned provider to tee up Craig Taylor to beat McCauley for a third time.
HW Welders: McCauley, McMurtry, McCarthy, McMurray, Byers, McMillan, Graham, Davidson, Harris, McLellan, Dornan subs Robinson (not used), Nelson (not used), Henry (not used), Murray (replaced Graham 75), Anderson (not used), Boyd (replaced McCarthy 66), Wright (replaced McMillan 83)
Annagh United: Hughes, Stewart, Campbell, Acheson, Harpur, Norton, Henderson, Murray, Taylor, McDonald, Upton subs McConville (not used), Eagle (replaced Henderson 90), Holmes (not used), Rogers (not used), McCormack (not used), Moffatt (replaced Norton 73), Pearson (not used)