DOLLYBIRDS PUT ON FIVE STAR SHOW
Dollingstown picked up their first home league win in three outings with a five-goal defeat of Tobermore United at Planter's Park.
Ben Neill opened the scoring for Stephen Uprichard's side with just over half-an-hour on the clock, a slender advantage they held at the break.
Oisin Barr, on loan from Glenavon, made it 2-0 on the hour to be followed swiftly by a Liam Toman finish moments later.
Mark McCabe then made it four on 77 minutes before Barr doubled his tally for the afternoon in the closing minutes.
Dollingstown: Buchanan, McConnell, McCaul, McCullough, McCabe, S. Toman, L. Toman, Neill, Hand, Dennison, Barr subs Croft (not used), Patterson (replaced S. Toman 79), Rea (replaced Hand 79), Mitchell (replaced McCabe 85), Stewart (not used), Taylor (replaced Dennison 85), Robinson (replaced L. Toman 75)
Tobermore United: Bednarz, Kee, Keane, Kearns McAllister, Thompson, McKelvey, R. Whiteside, Clougherty, Adams, Francis subs Harkness (not used), A. Whiteside (replaced Francis 62), Savage (not used), Ferreira (replaced Thompson 75), McLean (replaced Adams 75), Tavares (replaced Clougherty 62), Maguire (replaced Bednarz 46)