PSNI TOO STRONG FOR SEAHAWKS
PSNI recovered from going behind early in the game to defeat Portstewart at The Dub.
Michael Smith opened the scoring for the Seahawks on 19 minutes with a finish into the bottom right from around ten yards out following a sweeping team move.
Tim Millar-Wilson levelled for the home side after running onto a long punt down the left from keeper Jonah Magill to find the net at the near post.
And he doubled up early in the second half with a header from the edge of the six yard box after the ball had been lofted over from the touchline.
Then, deep into stoppage time, Jake Moore added a third when he slotted into the unguarded net after keeper Conor Henry's botched clearance left the goal exposed.
PSNI: Magill, Briers, Tierney, Turk, Woods, McCleery, Hanna, Cochrane, Capper, Thompson, Millar-Wilson subs McLaughlan, Brown, Mitchell, Doyle, Verenka, Moore, Spencer
Portstewart: Henry, Forgrave, Watt, Doherty, Law, M. Smith, Campbell, Stewart, Nevin, Quigley, Hudson subs Oliver, McBride, Quinn, Campbell, Bradley, P. Smith