TEN-MAN ANNAGH CLOSE GAP AT TOP
Annagh United closed the gap at the top of the Lough 41 Championship to three points with victory over Dundela at Wilgar Park.
Ciaran McGurgan's side moved in front on 36 minutes after neat work by Odhran Smyth teed Stephen Murray up to tap home.
Dundela levelled in first half stoppage time when Eamon Fyfe nodded home from close range from a corner.
Annagh were reduced to ten men with just under a quarter-of-an-hour remaining when substitute Ryan Harpur - only on the pitch a matter of minutes - received two cautions in quick succession.
However the ten men recovered to grab the winner with eight minutes remaining through Ruairi McDonald who knocked the ball past keeper Neil Shields from the edge of the area.
Dundela: Shields, Kane, McKay, Magee, Rodgers, McGovern, McCawl, Igiehon, Fyfe, Dobbin, Chapman subs McMaster (replaced Chapman 84), Dinu (replaced McKay 67), Beattie (replaced Kane 84), Bonnes (not used), Faulkner (not used), Kerr (replaced McGovern 84), Annett (replaced Igiehon 62)
Annagh United: Hughes, N. Kerr, Glenny, Campbell, Finnegan, Murray, Taylor, McDonald, Smyth, McGinley, Moffatt subs Little (not used), Harpur (replaced Moffatt 74), Eagle (not used), Henderson (replaced Campbell 46), G. Kerr (not used), McKinney (not used)