ANNAGH TAKE OVER AT THE TOP
Annagh United moved to the top of the Lough 41 Championship with victory over Queen's University at The Dub.
Ciaran McGurgan's side took advantage of Newry City's participation in the Irish Cup to assume top spot albeit having played two games more than their fellow title contenders.
They moved in front after just nine minutes when Ryan Harpur turned the ball home after Jordan Campbell had flicked on Craig Taylor's long throw.
Ryan Moffatt added a second on 38 minutes with a ball into the bottom corner from Stephen Murray's cross.
Queen's pulled one back nine minutes after the break courtesy of Marc McKenna's spot-kick but Annagh restored their two goal cushion just after the hour when Murray got on the end of a Niall Henderson free-kick which Lee Upton had nodded on.
Ross Hunter then bagged Annagh's fourth on 79 minutes from a Dale Malone cross while, on 90 minutes, Tamer Ganem Atrach grabbed a late consolation for the Students.
Queen's University: Brown, C. McGuinness, Calvert, Mulgrew, McManus, S. McGuinness, Middleton, Bonnes, McIlroy, McKenna, Young subs Gawne (not used), O’Hare (replaced Middleton 78), Atrach (replaced McIlroy 53), Farrens (replaced Young 78), Green (replaced Calvert 78)
Annagh United: Hughes, Campbell, Harpur, Norton, Henderson, Murray, Taylor, Carroll, Hunter, Rogers, Moffatt subs Cully (not used), McKinney (replaced Henderson 81), Duffin (replaced Murray 75), Kerr (not used), Upton (replaced Taylor 46), Malone (replaced Norton 69), McCullough (replaced Moffatt 69)