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Premier Intermediate


18 Sep 2021

Armagh City are the new Lough 41 Premier Intermediate League leaders - on goal difference at least - after the latest round of fixtures which also produced victories for Bangor, Newington, Limavady United and PSNI.

The Eagles moved to the top courtesy of a thumping 6-1 home win over Tobermore United, a game marked by a four-goal haul from Conor Mullen and a further brace from Ruairi Duffy.

City are joined on nine points by both Bangor and Newington. The Seasiders have Karl Devine's goal to thank for giving them the edge over Portstewart while Gary Warwick bagged Newington's winner away to Dollingstown.

At Mill Meadow visitors Limavady United enjoyed a three-goal victory over Moyola Park. Alex Pomeroy and Caiolan Brennan handed the Roesiders the half-time advantage before Ryan Doherty completed the scoring on the hour.

Meanwhile, at The Dub, Aaron Cochrane and substitute Jordan Hutchings got on the scoresheet for PSNI in their defeat of joint morning leaders Banbridge Town.

© David Hunter