STOPPAGE TIME SEASIDERS EARN POINT
Howard Beverland scrambled home a last gasp equaliser as Bangor came away from a point from their visit to Darragh Park to face Dergview.
Scoreless at the break, both sides did have their chances in the first half. Seasiders keeper James Taylor did well to keep out a Ronan McKinley snapshot after half-an-hour whilst his opposite number, Shane O'Gara, produced a diving save to thwart Scott McArthur's curling effort which looked to be heading for the top corner.
Bangor then came close again midway through the second half when Lewis Harrison had an effort cleared off the line.
But, on 79 minutes, Dergview seized the advantage with a tremendous effort from the right from Niall McGinley and although Bangor came close a short time later through Michael Halliday it looked like they had done enough to claim the win.
That was, however, until the fifth minute of added time when following a scramble in the box Beverland managed to backheel the ball over the line to earn a share of the spoils for the visitors.
Dergview: O’Gara, Cowan, Burns, McLaughlin, Fielding, Aduaka, Walsh, Harkin, McDermott, McKinley, Lynch subs Doherty, Parke, Falconer, Diver, McGinley, Duffy, McDonagh
Bangor: Taylor, Beverland, Harrison, Arthurs, McArthur, R. Neale, Mathieson, Francis, Hume, Mulvenna, McDermott subs Orbinson, A. Neale, Devine, Walker, Bradley, Halliday, Byers