SEASIDERS MOVE INTO THIRD SPOT
Bangor defeated Dollingstown by the odd goal in five at the Bangor Fuels Arena to leapfrog their visitors into third spot in the table.
The Seasiders got off to a great start when, on 11 minutes, Isaac Fletcher got the final touch to a Mark Cooling ball into the box.
But, within a minute, the Dollybirds were back on level terms after Gary Liggett fired past Michael Dougherty from the edge of the area.
The frantic start to proceedings continued ten minutes after that when Ben Arthurs restored Bangor's advantage with a tap-in from Matthew Johnston's cross.
That concluded the scoring until six minutes from time when Arthurs bagged his second of the game after being set up unselfishly by William Bingham.
Dollingstown responded in stoppage time when Keith Johnston converted from the spot but it was too late to spark a last gasp revival.
Bangor: Dougherty, Dickson, Fletcher, Arthur, Wray, Harrison, Wasson, Cooling, Arthurs, Johnston, Bingham subs McDermott (replaced Wasson 73), Walsh (replaced Cooling 82), Halliday (not used), Rooney (replaced Bingham 88), Lavery (not used)
Dollingstown: Maguire, Redpath, Acheson, King, Rogers, Moffett, Jones, McCullough, Liggett, Johnston, Duke subs Mooney (replaced King 62), Patterson (not used), Toman (not used), Thompson (replaced Jones 77), Kernaghan (replaced Duke 86)