DOYLE THE DIFFERENCE FOR BANBRIDGE
A Reece Doyle finish proved to be the difference between Banbridge Town and Portstewart at Crystal Park.
The 18-year-old bagged what turned out to be the only goal of the game on 33 minutes when he turned the visiting defence inside out before finishing past keeper Andrew Findlay in style.
Frankie Wilson's side are next in action in a fortnight when they travel to face Moyola Park while, for Portstewart, it's an Intermediate Cup clash away to Ballymoney United next Saturday.
Banbridge Town: Hunter, Campbell, Barbour, Cowan, Martin, McMahon, Gallagher, McGrath, Gallagher, McGrath, Doyle, Robb, Downey subs Mateer (not used), M. McCavitt (replaced Robb 90+1), Tumilty (not used), Clarke (replaced Barbour 5), S. McCavitt (replaced McMahon 46), Ogza (replaced Doyle 90)
Portstewart: Findlay, Vauls, Douglas, Watt, Law, Barr, Doherty, Edgar, Steele, Peden, Martin subs Oliver (not used), Forgrave (replaced Steele 46), Boylan (replaced Martin 63), McDonald (not used), McNeill (replaced Doherty 82)