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Premier Intermediate

CASH MOVE BACK INTO POLE POSITION

05 Nov 2022
football

Ballymacash Rangers moved back to the top of the Lough 41 Premier Intermediate League following a narrow defeat of Moyola Park.

Zach Barr grabbed the only goal of the game for 'Cash seven minutes into the second half at the Bluebell Stadium as they made the most of morning leaders Bangor being on Irish Cup duty.

Armagh City continued their recent upturn in form with a 4-1 victory away to Lisburn Distillery.

Shea Campbell's side had got off to a poor start but have now won their last five in all competitions.

Two goals in quick succession around the quarter-of-an-hour mark from Stefan Lavery and Rhys Emerson put the Eagles into a commanding early position. Matthew Swann pulled one back for the Whites in first half stoppage time but Harry Anderson restored City's two-goal cushion midway through the second half before Scott McCann added a fourth right at the end.

Queen's University and Limavady United shared the spoils at The Dub. Caiolan Brennan opened the scoring for the Roesiders just before the half-hour mark but Chris Middleton levelled for the Students early in the second half.

Meanwhile, at Mullaghacall, Joel Bradley struck twice after the break to help Portstewart to a two-goal defeat of the PSNI.