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Premier Intermediate

CASH, DOLLYBIRDS AND SEASIDERS SET THE EARLY PACE

27 Aug 2022
football
© David Hunter

Ballymacash Rangers, Bangor and Dollingstown all won again to make it two wins from two at the start of the Lough 41 Premier Intermediate League.

There was also a big win for Moyola Park while it ended all square at Ballyskeagh and Fortwilliam Park.

New boys Ballymacash lead the way at this early stage thanks to a 6-1 thumping of Banbridge Town at the Bluebell Stadium. Justin Armstrong and Jack Smith both hit two for Lee Forsythe’s side with Zach Barr and Joshua Cahoon adding to the tally after the break while Reece Doyle grabbed a consolation for the visitors.

Dollingstown hit four without reply past Armagh City at Planters Park. Dale Malone opened the scoring from the spot on 18 minutes, Mark McCabe doubled up soon after with Callum Ferris and Daniel Gordon putting the Dollybirds out of site early in the second half.

Bangor needed just a Ben Arthurs spot-kick on 11 minutes to get past Limavady United at The Showgrounds while Moyola Park knocked six past the PSNI at The Dub. Ian Parkhill bagged a hat-trick for the visitors with Samuel McIlveen helping himself to a brace and Richard Vauls also getting in on the action.

Dan Mairs fired Queen’s University in front away to Tobermore United early on but it was a short lived advantage as Declan Martin levelled with just over a quarter-of-an-hour on the clock.

Meanwhile, at Ballyskeagh, Lisburn Distillery and Portstewart carved out a scoreless draw.