Premier Intermediate


13 Feb 2022
© David Hunter

Bangor closed the gap at the top of the Lough 41 Premier Intermediate League while there were also victories for Banbridge Town, Dollingstown, Lisburn Distillery and Limavady United.

The Seasiders travelled to Holm Park to take on leaders Armagh City. The Eagles held a four point advantage going into the game but that slashed to just one thanks to a Jack Upritchard second half double after Jamie Glover had opened the scoring on five minutes.

Both Banbridge Town and Dollingstown picked up two goal wins at home over PSNI and Portstewart respectively.

Stephen McCavitt hit both goals for Banbridge inside the first half while Ben Neill gave the Dollybirds an early lead with Jonny Ewart rounding the scoring off late on.

Lisburn Distillery were top scorers on the day following a 4-1 win away to Moyola Park. Two quick fire goals around the quarter-of-an-hour mark from Michael O'Hanlon and Mikey Withers put the Whites firmly in the driving seat before Brendan Bennett hit a double in the second half.

And Limavady United also won on the road after coming from behind to defeat Tobermore United at Fortwilliam Park. Mark Harkness opened the scoring for the home side but goals from Ryan Doherty and Jack Bradley saw the Roesiders claim the points in the end.