SUPERSUB LECKY BAGS CRUES DOUBLE
Adam Lecky proved to be the supersub as Crusaders twice came from behind to get the better of Glenavon at Seaview.
Eoin Bradley opened the scoring in the closing minutes of the first half but Philip Lowry levelled just before the break with a looping header.
Conor Scannell made no mistake from a Peter Campbell cross to restore Glenavon’s advantage but a Lecky double just after the hour mark saw the Crues claim the points.
He headed the first past Rory Brown from Jarlath O’Rourke’s corner before volleying the second home just minutes after that.
Crusaders: Tuffey, Burns, Hegarty, Weir, Lowry, Ebbe, Forsythe, O’Rourke, Larmour, Clarke, McMurray subs Murphy (not used), Lecky (replaced Ebbe 46), Owens (replaced Weir 59), Winchester (replaced McMurray 46), McKeown (not used), Snelgrove (replaced Burns 59), Barr (not used)
Glenavon: Brown, Kerr, Birney, Fitzpatrick, Campbell, Baird, Scannell, Wallace, Malone, Ward, Bradley subs Snoddy (replaced Malone 80), Lynch (not used), McCloskey (replaced Bradley 80), Prendergast (replaced Scannell 74), Doran (not used), Doyle (replaced Kerr 86), Garrett (not used)