CASH SALVAGE A POINT
Ballymacash Rangers fought back from two goals down to salvage a point from Armagh City's visit to the Bluebell Stadium.
The Eagles held the advantage at the break thanks to a couple of strikes in the latter stages of the first half.
Conor Mullen opened the scoring on 36 minutes after connecting with Ruairi Duffy's cross before, five minutes after that, good build up play from Marc McConnell ended with James McCormack finding the net.
However, 'Cash pulled one back early in the second half through Michael Moore before, deep into stoppage time, Guillaume Keke knocked home the dramatic last gasp equaliser.
Ballymacash Rangers: Neeson, Parker, Sharkey, Glasgow, Clarke, Moore, Barr, Smith, Cahoon, Woods, Davidson subs McComb, Tommons, Keke, Drysdale, Newberry, Deans, Sinnerton
Armagh City: Byrne, Mullen, King, Duffy, McCormack, Lavery, McGibbon, McConnell, Conway, McCaffrey, McCann subs Gaynor, Geraghty, McEneaney, Campbell, McCrea, Okaidja