TEN MAN WHITES EARN LATE POINT
Lisburn Distillery earned a late point from this visit to face Limavady United at The Showgrounds.
Gary McFadden had handed the Roesiders the lead after nine minutes, an advantage they held for most of the game although the visitors did come close to levelling early in the second half when Jack Clarke struck the woodwork.
Distillery's cause wasn't helped with around a quarter-of-an-hour remaining when debutant Sean Green was dismissed for violent conduct.
However, the ten men battled back to secure the draw when Chris Getty levelled right at the end of normal time.
Limavady United: Kelly, O'Kane, Gareth McFadden, J. Mullan, Devenney, Carlin, Gary McFadden, Doherty, Butcher, Mills, Hassan subs McIvor (replaced Butcher 58), McCloone (replaced Hassan 58), Reid (replaced Gareth McFadden 83), Goligher (not used), Hylands (not used)
Lisburn Distillery: Nicholl, Long, T. Clarke, Getty, Stewart, Moore, O'Hanlon, Withers, Wright, Rooney, J. Clarke subs Harris (replaced Clarke 86), Green (replaced Rooney 46), Young (replaced O'Hanlon 30), Gallagher (not used), Begley (not used)