GOALS - AND CARDS - SHARED ON THE NORTH COAST
Tobermore United came from two goals down to earn a point from this visit to face Porstewart on the North Coast.
The Seahawks raced into an almost immediate lead when, as early as the first minute, Lee Forgrave turned the ball past Tobermore keeper Richard Purcell.
Then, on 12 minutes, Ryan Doherty doubled Portstewart's lead for what was his third goal of the season so far across all competitions.
It was a lead the home side held until John McKee hit back for Tobermore with two goals midway through the second half.
Both camps ended the game with ten men following late dismissals - both for picking up second cautions - John Watt and Kyle McVey.
Portstewart: Vance, Forgrave, Vauls, Douglas, Watt, J. Bradley, Law, Doherty, Edgar, L. Bradley, Steele subs McCreadie (not used), Neill (replaced Forgrave 77), Barr (replaced J. Bradley 60), McDonald (not used)
Tobermore United: Purcell, Dunlop, P. Keane, McVey, Francis, G. Keane, Winton, McKee, Duffin, Moore, Rowe subs Bednarz (not used), Devine (not used), Whiteside (replaced Duffin 90+2), Kane (not used), Spratt (replaced Rowe 53)