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PSNI stay top after hammering Portstewart

Distillerys Kris Pike and Coaghs Joel Bradley in action at Saturdays game

Distillerys Kris Pike and Coaghs Joel Bradley in action at Saturdays game

PSNI’s impressive 5-0 win away at Portstewart sees them maintain top spot by one point but Armagh City’s march for the title goes on as they crushed Chimney Corner 9-2 at Holm Park.

The Eagles have three games in hand and the title is surely only theirs to lose. Included in the nine goals was a double for Stephen Murray setting a new club record for the home side as he recorded his 36th and 37th goals of the season.

Annagh United’s fine 2-0 win over Banbridge Town lifts them into third place. Two goals from ace marksman Shea Campbell secured the win and Tobermore United conquered Glebe Rangers at Fortwilliam with two quick second half strikes and an own goal in the ’85.

Glebe were one up at the break through a ’15 McVicker penalty but the hosts’ Henaghan ’47 and Parkhill ’48 give the home team the lead.

The unfortunate Alan Shepard put through his own goal late on. Dowie(2), Gallagher(2) and a goal apiece from Walsh and Paul saw Moyola Park register a win over Killymoon Rangers with Greer on target for Rangers and Wakehurst’s Jason Paul scored the winner against Newington.

Ballymoney United beat Lurgan Celtic 4-0.

 

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