RANGERS STORM BACK FOR A DRAW
Carrick Rangers hit back from two goals down to earn a share of the spoils with Glentoran at the BetMcLean Oval.
Glentoran opened the scoring on 20 minutes when Bobby Burns received the ball in the middle of the park and spotted the opportunity to send a long range finish past keeper Ross Glendinning.
Then, a quarter-of-an-hour after that, David Fisher doubled Glentoran's advantage with a clinical finish from just outside the area into the bottom corner.
The visitors levelled midway through the second half after Nedas Maciulaitis laid the ball off for Andy Mitchell to send a rifled drive past Oliver Webber into the top corer.
And Stuart King's side earned their point with seven minutes left on the clock when Danny Gibson worked his way into the area before crossing to the right post for Curtis Allen to touch the ball home in off the upright.
Glentoran: Webber, Kane, McCullough, Wilson, Burns, O’Connor, Sule, Clucas, Fisher, Russell, Uzokwe subs Donnelly, McCartan, Murphy, Kelly, Lindsay, Wightman, McLaughlin
Carrick Rangers: Glendinning, Forsythe, Stewart, Watson, Gordon, Cushley, Mitchell, Maciulaitis, MacKinnon, Buchanan-Rolleston, Gibson subs McCauley, McGuckin, Allen, Crowe, Cherry, Arnold, Teelan