GALLAGHER DOUBLES UP AS BANBRIDGE EYE PLAY-OFFS
Banbridge Town strengthened their claims for a play-off spot with a three-goal victory over Dollingstown at Crystal Park.
Town are one of four teams locked in four-way battle separated by just three points going into the final two games of the season.
Darren McGrath opened the scoring for Banbridge midway through the first half, with Dollingstown dealt a further blow when Ben Neill was sent-off for violent conduct.
Sean og Gallagher then doubled the home advantage on the stroke of half-time after connecting with James Clarke's cross to fire into the roof of the net.
And Gallagher completed the scoring on 70 minutes with a low, hard finish into the bottom corner.
Banbridge Town: Hunter, Robb, Barbour, Martin, McMahon, M. McCavitt, Gallagher, O’Connell, Clarke, McGrath, Anderson subs Mateer (not used), Cowan (replaced Clarke 75), S. McCavitt (not used), Morgan (replaced O'Connell 61), Edgar (replaced McMahon 61)
Dollingstown: Buchanan, McConnell, McCaul, Acheson, Neill, Liggett, S. Toman, Taylor, L. Toman, Ewart, Barr subs Crof (not used)t, Mooney (replaced Ewart 55), McCullough (replaced Taylor 55), Johnston (replaced Liggett 75), McCabe (replaced S. Toman 55), Hand (replaced Barr 55), Robinson (not used)