WHITES GET FIRST POINTS ON BOARD
Lisburn Distillery collected their first points of the campaign with a three-goal victory over PSNI at The Dub.
Although scoreless at the break the Whites did come close early in the first half when Michael O'Hanlon turned an eighth minute header onto an upright from a Jonathan McCaw free-kick.
The home side also struck the woodwork early in the second half before, on 56 minutes, Joe Reid opened the scoring for Distillery with a bullet header from an O'Hanlon corner.
Jordan Lucas then made it 2-0 on 71 minutes after being played through by Aaron Harris before, deep into stoppage time, substitute Caoelain Young added a third to complete the scoring.
PSNI: Hegan, Croft, Riddle, Ferguson, Turkington, McCleery, Hutchings, Logan, Tumelty, Moore, Hanna subs Taggart (not used), Wilson (replaced Hutchings 64), McDowell (replaced Moore 71), Magee (replaced Riddle 71), Smiley (replaced Logan 64)
Lisburn Distillery: Nicholl, Dillon, Moore, Reid, Getty, Higginson, O’Hanlon, Harris, Withers, McCaw, Lucas subs Bell (not used), Irvine (not used), Sullivan (replaced O'Hanlon 86), Young (replaced Lucas 76), Emerson (not used), Napier (replaced McCaw 64), McAuley (replaced Withers 86)