DUNGANNON SWIFTS 3 GLENAVON 3
Dungannon Swifts and Glenavon shared the spoils after a dramatic Mid-Ulster derby at Stangmore Park on Friday night.
It seemed the home side were on course for victory when an own-goal from William Murphy and a Ricky Copeland header gave them a two-goal lead at the break.
But Glenavon came roaring back in the second half, turning the game around in an eight-minute period.
Murphy headed home a throw from Gareth McKeown to make it 2-1, two minutes before Guy Bates stabbed home the equaliser.
And Mark Patton completed the turnaround when he took a pass from Gary Hamilton and chipped the ball over the goalkeeper.
The drama wasn’t over, and Darren Boyce levelled it again at 3-3 from the penalty spot.
DGN SWIFTS: Buchanan, McKerr, Brennan, Copeland, Grieve, McCullough (Costello, 83), Fitzpatrick (Hutchinson, 66), Harpur, S Lavery, Boyce, Douglas (C Lavery, 70)
Subs not used: Doyle, Glackin
GLENAVON: Coleman, Neill, McCallion, Murphy, Lindsay (McKeown, 32), Kilmartin, Bates, Rainey, Patton, McGrory (Hamilton, 61), Martyn (McCabe, 41)
Subs not used: Marshall, Singleton
Referee: Ian McNabb (Newtownabbey)