Premier Intermediate


03 Sep 2022
© David Hunter

Ballymacash Rangers and Bangor remain the only sides in the Lough 41 Premier Intermediate League with maximum points following the first three rounds of games.

Both 'Cash and the Seasiders recorded three-goal victories on Saturday afternoon, while Portstewart and Queen's University both won at home.

Ballymacash Rangers hold top spot on goal difference but they needed to wait until the second half to make the breakthrough away to Moyola Park. However, when they did, goals from Justin Armstrong, Jack Smith and Jordon Morrison in a blistering spell just after the hour made sure of the points.

Bangor got off to a great start at home to Dollingstown with Ben Arthurs opened the scoring as early as the third minute. Jamie Glover added another on 19 before Arthurs doubled his tally midway through the second half.

Ciaran O'Hare bagged an 81st minute winner for Queen's University over Lisburn Distillery at The Dub. Christian Irvine hit a third minute opener with Lewis Higginson levelling after half-an-hour.

Portstewart knocked two goals without reply past Tobermore United at Mullaghacall through Glenn Law on 35 minutes and Jordan Hassan on 70 while, at Crystal Park, it finished scoreless between Banbridge Town and the PSNI.