F/T: Carrick Rangers 3 Glenavon 4
73: Anderson latched on to a good ball by Storey, but Hyland blocked his shot well
70: GOAL - Storey picked out the unmarked Loughran at the back post and the big defender volleyed home his second of the day
59: RED CARD - McNulty shown a second yellow for a foul on Forsythe
56: GOAL - O'Connor fires home to restore Glenavon's two-goal advantage
56: The visitors were awarded a spot kick after Hogg brought down Doyle in the box
54: GOAL - Parity lasted only three minutes as Campbell edged the visitors back in front slotting in at the far post from McCloskey's excellent cross
51: GOAL - Loughran kept his cool to slot home from the spot
51: Anderson is brought down in the box by Singleton penalty awarded to the hosts
47: Coates got himself on the end of another O'Conner set-piece, but he could only find the side netting this time
H/T: Carrick Rangers 1 Glenavon 2
45: GOAL - A neat passing move down the left as Smith released Chapman, his cross found Anderson, who turned and finished past Hyland
27: Campbell raced away down the left his shot was parried away by Hogg, the winger picked up the loose ball and his second effort cannoned off the keeper's legs from a tight angle with Surgenor completing the clearance in front of goal
17: Further blow for the home side as Friel is forced off with an injury
13: GOAL - The visitors stretched their lead as they took advantage of indecision in the Carrick defence allowing Doyle to square the ball to McCloskey to tap home at the back post
8: Campbell shown a yellow card by referee Tony Clarke for simulation
3: GOAL - Carrick failed to deal with O'Connor's free kick into the box, the ball was nodded down to the unmarked Coates, who coolly slotted past Hogg
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