There was ecstasy and agony at Crystal Park where Banbridge Town recorded their second league win recovering from a two goal half time deficit to grab all three points through a Conor Downey 94th minute winner in Championship 2.
Annagh United had dominated the first half and deservedly took a two goal lead into the changing room thanks to strikes by Matty Brown and Francis McCann.
Town turned the screws with a gritty performance in the second half and with two goals apiece for Conor Downey and Mark Teggart.
Downey’s injury time winner cancelled out a Shea Campbell’s 91st minute equaliser.
KILLYMOON RANGERS 0
ARMAGH CITY 4
City came away from the Mid Ulster Arena with a comfortable win under their belts courtesy of goals by Hynds, Keegan, McGerrigan and Eamon Kelly.
MOYOLA PARK 4
LURGAN CELTIC 0
Moyola registered their first home win over the Lurgan Hoops since January 2010.
Eugene Gallagher opened the scoring and three more from Chris Doey, Sean ‘Turtle’ McConnell and Steven Kenning secured the victory in style.
TOBERMORE UNITED 1
Up on the North Coast Portstewart continued their winning ways with this win over relegated Tobermore United. Ricky Dunlop gave Portstewart the lead on 15 minutes but McCaughan powered the equaliser from a free kick in off the underside of the bar. Ryan Doherty restored the lead and Ricky Dunlop made the points safe for the Ports.
GLEBE RANGERS 1
Ryan Carey gave Glebe the earlylead but Anderson, McCrory and Adamczyk secured the three points at for the Police on their home turf at Newforge.
SPORT & LEISURE SWIFTS 1
Both keepers put in outstanding performances. Wakehurst opened the scoring after five minutes when Conor Gregg went through one on one and slotted home.
Wakehurst made two team changes early in the second half and it paid dividends when Gallagher scored from close range to level the game.
Bangor bounced back from their defeat at the hands of Dundela last weekend to record a fine 4-1 win over relegated Donegal Celtic at Suffolk Road.
Goals from Andy Morrow, Mark Cooling and Jason Forsythe gave them a comfortable lead before Celtic threatened with a strike by Colin Glenholmes.
However the comeback did not materialise and Ethan Boylan consolidated the win with a fourth goal for the Seasiders in injury time.
LISBURN DIST 1
It all started well for the Villagers as they took a 12th minute lead through a Mark Carson lobbed goal but Distillery grabbed a first half injury time equaliser when Mark Tweedie picked his spot in the bottom corner from all of 20 yards.
The turnaround was complete seven minutes into the second period, Ben Browne slotting home from inside the area.
These teams played out an entertaining scoreless draw as a youthful United side battled hard for their first point of the season.
Indeed the visitors could have stolen all three right at the death when substitute Thompson beat the offside trap and cut in from the right but put his low shot agonisingly wide of the far post.
Timmy Dixon ought to be the happier of the managers as his team is making rapid strides, although he will know there is still work to be done.
COAGH UNITED 2
Coagh United suffered a second heavy defeat in a row going down by six goals to two at Drumahoe.
The impressive Institue on the other hand now sit on top off the league table by virtue of goal difference.
Carrick Rangers v Ballyclare Comrades; Dundela v Knockbreada; H&W Welders v Larne (all Tuesday)
Ballymoney United v Chimney Corner; Queen’s Uni v Newington (both Tuesday).