Premier Intermediate


23 Apr 2024

Limavady United are the Playr-Fit Premier Intermediate League champions following an emphatic three goal defeat of Lisburn Distillery at Ballyskeagh!

The Roesiders needed just a point from their final two games to make sure of top spot, and set about their business early against the Whites taking a two-goal lead in at the break.

Joe McCready fired them in front on 22 minutes into the bottom corner before, on the stroke of half-time, Michael McCrudden doubled their lead in off the crossbar.

And, just to make sure, Alex Pomeroy added a third late in the game.

In the other games on Tuesday evening Ballymacash Rangers cruised to a crushing victory, Tobermore United experienced derby delight and Coagh United came from behind to win at home.

Rangers are one of three sides battling it out for the promotion play-off spot, and they boosted their goal difference with a 4-1 defeat of bottom of the table PSNI at The Dub.

Early goals from Lewis Higginson and Michael Moore handed ‘Cash control of the game with less than 20 minutes on the clock and although Matthew Devlin pulled one back for the PSNI just after the half-hour mark there was no way back as Aaron Duke and skipper Jordon Morrison found the net in the second half.

Tobermore United came from behind in the derby to defeat Moyola Park 3-2 at Fortwilliam Park.

Adam Gray had handed the visitors the first half advantage, but goals after the break from Gary Keane, Samuel McIlveen and Tom Patchett secured the points for United.

Meanwhile, at Hagan Park, second half goals from Ryan and Lee McMenemy saw Coagh United get past Queen’s University who had held the lead at the break courtesy of Declan Martin.