JOHNSTON AND MOONEY GIVE DOLLINGSTOWN THE EDGE
Dollingstown picked up their second win of the campaign with a two-goal defeat of PSNI at Planters Park.
The Dollybirds moved in front as early as the 10th minute. Keith Johnston picked the ball up inside his own half, delivered a long ball forward which Mark McCabe ran onto but was upended inside the area by PSNI keeper Tom Hegan, and from the penalty that followed Johnston made no mistake sending Hegan the wrong way.
That was how it stayed until just under a quarter-of-an-hour was left on the clock when Patrick Mooney doubled the home advantage with a stooping back post header from a corner delivered from the left by Johnston.
PSNI ended the game with ten men following Nicholas Turkington's late dismissal for violent conduct.
Dollingstown: Buchanan, Redpath, McConnell, Mooney, McCaul, Rea, McCullough, Johnston, McCabe, Ewart, Hand subs Croft (not used), Liggett (replaced Johnston 83), Toman (not used), Taylor (replaced McCullough 68), Kernaghan (replaced Ewart 68)
PSNI: Hegan, Johnston, Riddle, McDowell, Turkington, Waite, McCleery, Logan, Moore, Magee, Hanna subs Ferguson (not used), Lannie (replaced Waite 78), Hutchings (replaced Moore 58), Smiley (replaced McDowell 74), Taggart (not used), Tumelty (replaced Magee 78), McGeown (replaced Logan 58)