Premier Intermediate


02 Apr 2022
© David Hunter

Armagh City are back on top of the Lough 41 Premier Intermediate League after morning leaders Bangor surrendered a late lead at Clandeboye Park while Portstewart trounced Lisburn Distillery at Ballyskeagh.

The Eagles travelled to The Dub to face struggling PSNI and emerged with the points thanks to Jordan King's early goal, but they also struck the woodwork on numerous occasions through Ruairi Duffy, Conor Mullen and Marc McConnell.

Bangor had gone into the weekend in pole position and appeared to have had done enough at home to Limavady United when Jordan Hughes broke the deadlock on 88 minutes only for the Roesiders to strike back almost immediately through Hugh Carlin to ensure it finished honours even.

Meanwhile, at New Grosvenor, visitors Portstewart swept to a comfortable five-goal victory with goals from Lee Forgrave, Glenn Law, Joshua Busteed, Mark Edgar and Zach Barr.