GRIPPING FINISH AT CLANDEBOYE
There was a dramatic conclusion to proceedings as Lough 41 Premier Intermediate League promotion hopefuls Bangor and Limavady United locked horns at Clandeboye Park.
The Seasiders got off to a bright start and created a number of efforts inside the opening half-an-hour, as did the visitors, but perhaps the closest either same came was on 36 minutes when Dylan O'Kane saw a shot cleared off the line.
There was a similar story after the break but the longer the game went on the more it looked like a scoreless draw was on the cards.
But that changed on 88 minutes when Bangor, who had gone into the game top of the table, grabbed what looked like the winner when Ben Arthurs played the ball through for Jordan Hughes to lash it past keeper Connor Brown.
However, barely sixty seconds after that, the Roesiders levelled courtesy of Hugh Carlin's hooked finish past Matthew Anderson from the edge of the box after Bangor had failed to clear their lines.
Bangor: Anderson, Dickson, Neale, Doey, Hume, O'Kane, Devine, Cooling, Hughes, Upritchard, Glover subs Blackstock (not used), Moffett (replaced Upritchard 12), Boylan (replaced Moffett 84), Arthurs (replaced O'Kane 71), Aretzis (not used), Halliday (not used), Gibbons (not used)
Limavady United: C. Brown, McLaughlin, Carlin, T. Boorman, Mullan, D. Brown, Gary McFadden, Tennant, R. Boorman, Doherty, Pomeroy subs Wells (not used), Gareth McFadden (replaced Tennant 84), Bradley (not used), Devine (not used), Wan (not used), Magee (replaced McLaughlin 86), Kirk (replaced D. Brown 84)