WHITES FIGHT BACK IN LISBURN DERBY
Lisburn Distillery fought back from two goals down to earn a point from the derby with Ballymacash Rangers at the Bluebell Stadium.
In an entertaining encounter streamed live on the NI Football League's YouTube channel, 'Cash moved in front with just over half-an-hour on the clock when Jordon Morrison connected with a corner to send a strong header past keeper Ethan Carry.
Then, ten minutes after that, Jack Smith sent a ball across from the right side of the area for Dylan Davidson to touch home after it had come off defender Aaron Smyth.
Justin Armstrong almost bagged a third for Rangers early in the second only to hit the crossbar from a few yards out.
However, the Whites regroup and pulled a goal back on 56 minutes when Matthew Swann sent a cross from Dylan Sinnerton past Brian Neeson.
Then, on the hour, it was all level again when James Morgan's effort was kept out only as far as Lewis Higginson who promptly turned it into the net.
Ballymacash Rangers: Neeson, Parker, Sharkey, Morrison, Clarke, Barr, Smith, Cahoon, Woods, Armstrong, Davidson subs McComb (replaced Clarke 67), Glasgow (not used), Moore (replaced Barr 56), Tommons (not used), Keke (replaced Armstrong 56), Newell (replaced Woods 67), McKee (replaced Davidson 84)
Lisburn Distillery: Carry, Smyth, Warnock, McCart, Patton, Sinnerton, Higginson, Grattan, Lynch, Swann, Robinson subs Young (not used), Elliott (replaced Lynch 75), Shearer (replaced Swann 85), Gray (not used), Morgan (replaced Warnock 46), Angus (not used), Fleming (not used)