O'HANLON AT THE DOUBLE FOR WHITES
Lisburn Distillery came from behind at New Grosvenor to defeat PSNI for a second time this season.
The Whites started brightly with Timothy Clarke, Stephen Sullivan and Christian Irvine all threatening the visitors goal.
However, the PSNI edged in front after a quarter-of-an-hour when the home defence couldn't clear their box with the ball eventually going in off Whites defender Neil Dillon.
Distillery thought they had levelled moments later but this was ruled out offside before, not long after that, both Irvine and Sullivan came close again.
Mikey Withers was then denied just after the half-hour mark when he hit the inside of the post while, just before the break, Lewis Higginson failed to find the net with the goal at his mercy.
But the Whites eventually levelled on 65 minutes when Michael O'Hanlon got on the end of a forward ball to keep his composure to slot the equaliser past keeper Tom Hegan.
Then, with just over ten minutes left, O'Hanlon doubled up with what proved to be the winner when he brought the ball in from the left to send a strong finish into the back of the net.
Lisburn Distillery: Nicholl, Dillon, Clarke, Irvine, Reid, Higginson, O’Hanlon, Harris, Sullivan, Withers, McAuley subs Pollock (not used), P. Young (not used), Brannigan (replaced Higginson 81), C. Young (replaced Withers 73), Morgan (not used), Lucas (replaced McAuley 56)
PSNI: Hegan, Johnston, Riddle, Woods, Whitford, Hanna, Magee, McLaughlan, Watts, Tumelty, Cassells subs Wilson (not used), Turkington (not used), Mitchell (replaced Hanna 73), McCleery (replaced Whitford 73), Courtney (replaced Magee 73), Wilson (replaced McLaughlan 62), Moore (replaced Watts 62)