14 May 2022
© Gavin Maxwell

Knockbreda held onto their Championship status following a two-goal defeat of Bangor at Breda Park.

The East Belfast side were tied 2-2 with the Seasiders following Tuesday's first leg at Clandeboye Park, surrendering their lead after conceding two stoppage goals.

But that didn't happen on this occasion. Scoreless at the break, 'Breda edged into the lead a few minutes after the break when Karl Hamill turned the ball home with a close range finish from a corner.

Then, just a couple of minutes after that, Max Greer blasted a second past Matthew Anderson to make sure for Colin McIlwrath's side.

Knockbreda: Deane, Hamill, McCaughan, McKenna, C. Gilmour, Garrett, Heggarty, Greer, Sloan, Burns, T. Gilmour subs Oates (not used), Gardiner (not used), McDermott (replaced Burns 72), Glackin (not used), Johnston (not used), Curran (replaced McCaughan 22), O'Neill (not used)

Bangor: Anderson, Beattie, Neale, Doey, Fletcher, Harrison, Devine, O'Kane, Arthurs, Halliday, Glover subs Gibbons (not used), Mills (not used), Cooling (not used), Upritchard (not used), Hughes (replaced Glover 55), Boylan (replaced Devine 68), Blackstock (not used)