Bangor swept to victory over Tobermore United at Clandeboye Park to begin the new Lough 41 Premier Intermediate League season on a winning note.
A bright start saw the Seasiders hit the post on eight minutes through Kian Storey before, with just over a quarter-of-an-hour on the clock, Jack Upritchard opened the scoring with a fantastic looping half volley from outside the area into the top corner.
Tobermore hit back just before the half-hour mark through Declan Martin's bundled finished over the line but Bangor regained the lead early in the second half courtesy of a Reece Neale free-kick.
It was almost 3-1 moments later but Neale failed to double his tally for the evening when his spot-kick was turned away by Tobermore keeper Lukasz Bednarz.
The hectic start to the second period continued just before the hour when Bangor's third did arrive. Bednarz again made the save but on this occasion he was unable to stop Ben Arthurs tapping the loose ball home.
The visitors thought they had pulled one back soon after but it was ruled out after home keeper Matthew Anderson was bundled into the net just prior to the ball going over the line.