LATE DOUBLE EARNS SEASIDERS THE POINTS
Two late goals saw Bangor snatch victory over PSNI in a dramatic finale at Clandeboye Park.
The visitors held the lead from the 18th minute when, following a scramble in the Bangor goalmouth, the ball fall to Aidan McGeown to knock it past keeper Matthew Anderson.
And that was how it stayed until the 89th minute when veteran substitute Michael Halliday nodded the ball on for Ben Arthurs who then slotted it beneath keeper Tom Hegan for the equaliser.
But, five minutes into stoppage time, Arthurs struck again - following several blocked attempts - into the bottom corner with the last kick of the game.
Bangor: Anderson, Snodden, Beattie, Doey, Hume, Devine, Storey, Cooling, Arthurs, Upritchard, McMullan subs Gibbons (not used), O'Neill (replaced Upritchard 29), Woods (replaced Storey 64), Blackstock (not used), Torrens (not used), Arthur (replaced McMullan 81), Halliday (replaced Hume 81)
PSNI: Hegan, McCleery, Riddle, Turk, Turkington, Waite, Lannie, Logan, McGeown, Cochrane, Hanna subs Carrigan (not used), Croft (not used), Campbell (not used), Hutchings (replaced McGeown 60), Magee (replaced Lannie 60), Taggart (not used), Tumelty (not used)