Banbridge Town picked up their first league win of the new campaign with a two-goal victory over Limavady United at Crystal Park.
Following on from Tuesday's narrow defeat to Portstewart, Frankie Wilson's side bounced back to keep a clean sheet against the Roesiders.
Stephen McCavitt opened the scoring after just seven minutes when he made the most of a defensive mix-up to score into an unguarded net.
That was how it stayed until ten minutes into the second half. Substitute James Wilson, just on the pitch, combined with Stephen McCavitt to create the opening for Michael McCavitt to make it 2-0 from inside the box.
Banbridge Town: Hunter, Campbell, Cowan, McCullough, Martin, McMahon, Willis, M. McCavitt, McCreanor, S. McCavitt, Downey subs Wilson (replaced Willis 52), Doyle (replaced S. McCavitt 87), Irwin (not used), Dennison (not used), Barbour (replaced McCreanor 87)
Limavady United: Wells, McLaughlin, Gareth McFadden, Carlin, T. Boorman, Mullan, Brennan, D. Brown, Gary McFadden, Tennant, Doherty subs M. Brown (replaced Brennan 56), Toland (replaced McLaughlin 80), Wan (replaced Tennant 86), R. Boorman (not used), Dunne (replaced Doherty 86)