DOLLYBIRDS HIT PSNI FOR SIX
Dollingstown knocked six goals with reply past the PSNI at Planters Park to move within a point of top spot.
Visiting defender Nicholas Turkington turned the ball into his own net midway through the first half to open the scoring, with Ben Neill following up with a second just four minutes after that.
Liam Toman produced an excellent finish just after the half-hour to extend Dollingstown's lead with Jonathan Ewart adding a fourth just before the break.
Dale Malone made it 5-0 from the spot on the hour before substitute Matthew Robinson completed the scoring from a free-kick with around a quarter-of-an-hour to go.
Dollingstown: Buchanan, D. Neill, Mooney, Acheson, B. Neill, Walker, Ferris, McKeown, L. Toman, Ewart, Malone subs McConnell (not used), McCullough (replaced Ferris 71), Liggett (replaced McKeown 71), Quinn (replaced Walker 62), Dennison (replaced B. Neill 71), Robinson (replaced Malone 62), Gill (not used)
PSNI: Hegan, Briers, Turkington, Graham, Wharry, McLaughlan, Richardson, Owens, Moore, Tumelty, Hanna subs Hunter (not used), Wilson (replaced Graham 59), Woods (replaced Turkington 46), McEneaney (replaced Wharry 46), Logan (replaced Owens 46), Bologo (not used), Capper (replaced Moore 46)