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Premier Intermediate

TIGHT AT THE TOP OF THE PIL

24 Sep 2022
football
© David Kerr Guillaume Keke celebrates opening the scoring for Ballymacash Rangers

Just one point separates the top three teams in the Lough 41 Premier Intermediate League following Saturday’s six lunchtime kick-offs.

Leading duo Ballymacash Rangers and Bangor went head-to-head at the Bluebell Stadium. Both went into the game unbeaten and, following a dramatic conclusion, still remain unbeaten. Guillaume Keke looked as if he’d handed ‘Cash the points with four minutes remaining but, deep into stoppage, Bangor debutant Adam Neale levelled for the Seasiders.

Dollingstown remain in third spot after hitting the PSNI for six at Planters Park. The Dollybirds are just a point off the pace, and moved in front midway through the first half when PSNI defender Nicholas Turkington turned the ball into his own net.

Ben Neill followed up soon after with Liam Toman and Jonathan Ewart also finding the net before the break. Dale Malone knocked home a fifth from the spot after an hour before substitute Matthew Robinson wrapped the scoring up.

Moyola Park hit three goals without reply past bottom of the table Armagh City at Mill Meadow. David O’Brien opened the scoring early in the second half, to be followed soon after by Michael Smith with Adam Gray then hitting a third a few moments later.

Elsewhere, Tobermore United defeated Lisburn Distillery by the odd goal in three at Ballyskeagh while Ryan Campbell, Ryan Doherty [2] and Glenn Law found the net as Portstewart beat Queen’s University 4-3 at The Dub.

And it was honours even at The Showgrounds as Banbridge Town’s Stephen McCavitt hit a second half equaliser to wipe out Alex Pomeroy’s first half opener for Limavady United.