Premier Intermediate


11 Apr 2023
© Bangor FC

Top two Bangor and Ballymacash Rangers wrapped up the pre-split Lough 41 Premier Intermediate League fixtures with victories while the bottom of the table clash ended all square.

Leaders Bangor find themselves a huge 12 points clear following a 2-0 win away to Moyola Park.

The Seasiders moved in front as early as the tenth minutes when Seanan Foster sent a ball into the box for Adam Neale to meet at the far post and fire past keeper Jamie Logan.

Then, just after the half-hour mark, Bangor doubled their lead through Jordan Hughes' finish into an empty net after Logan failed to cut out am Aaron Harris cross from the left.

Ballymacash moved back into second spot courtesy of a 3-1 defeat of Banbridge Town at Crystal Park.

The visitors moved in front on 29 minutes through Kyle Beggs, an advantage they held until just after the hour when Michael Moore turned home a second.

Zach Barr added a third with five minutes remaining, with Town grabbing a consolation via Michael McCavitt moments later.

Meanwhile, PSNI and Armagh City shared the spoils in the big bottom of the table clash at The Dub.

The PSNI led at the break through Henry Capper, but the Eagles hit back after the break with a couple of Conor Mullen spot-kicks while Matthew Devlin hit the second for the Police.