EAGLES KEEP PLAY-OFF HOPES ALIVE
Armagh City kept their hopes of a play-off spot alive with victory over Limavady United at Holm Park.
The Eagles now face the only other contenders, Bangor, is a head-to-head at Clandeboye Park on Saturday at noon.
Scoreless at the break, City moved in front just before the hour when Conor Mullen slid the ball past advancing keeper Connor Brown.
The Roesiders levelled through Jack Magee with six minutes remaining, but Marc McConnell popped up in the closing moments to blast home and secure the points for the home side.
Armagh City: Byrne, King, Judge, Wilson, Mullen, Duffy, McCormack, Wright, Lavery, Mullen subs Addis (not used), Geraghty (not used), Clarke (replaced Judge 90+5), McGibbon (not used), McConnell (replaced Wright 62), McCaffrey (replaced Wilson 82), Campbell (not used)
Limavady United: Brown, Carlin, T. Boorman, J. Mullan, Tennant, Devine, Curran, Doherty, O’Kane, R. Boorman, Wan subs O’Brien (replaced Curran 74), Magee (replaced O'Kane 74), Boyle (not used), Bradley (not used), C. Mullan (replaced Devine 74)