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Agony for Campbellians

Andrew Morrison, Mossley with Ben Murphy and Ian Stewart, Corinthians

Andrew Morrison, Mossley with Ben Murphy and Ian Stewart, Corinthians

A silver-goal in the dying seconds of extra-time ended Campbellians Irish Trophy run as they lost 2-1 to Clontarf.

In the Premiership and it was Instonians who bagged all three points as they defeated Annadale 3-1 at Shaws Bridge.

Goals from Neil Anderson, Stuart McNiece and Paul Gleghorne moved Inst into third in the league and left Dale languishing in seventh place.

Newry are firmly in the Senior one title race after a 6-1 win over South Antrim.

Keith McWilliams hit two with Kyle McCombe, Richard Mummy, Robert Irwin and John Taylor all on target.

North Down are clinging on to their number one spot as they saw off bottom of the table Cliftonville 5-1, thanks to two goals from Phil Wilson and one a-piece from Andy Forrest, Steve Dalzell and Steve Forrest.

And, in the remaining game, Bangor inflicted a 2-0 over Queens at the Dub, Rhys Cunninghham scoring the two goals.

Portrush made it seven wins out of seven, after they defeated Ballynahinch 4-2, which included a double from John Dillon.

Andrew Lorimer and Mark Allison both struck twice in Ballymena’s 4-2 win over Down in Senior Two.

 

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