Philip Donnelly grabbed Armagh's third goal (Picture: Tony Hendron/PressEye.com)
Tuesday, 30 August 2016
Armagh City progressed to the third round of the Northern Ireland League Cup following this extra-time defeat of Dergview at Holm Park.
City started brightly, having an early Andrew Hoey cleared off the line before Ciaran Murray opened the scoring with an 11th minute half volley.
That was how it stayed until five minutes after the break when Ryan Campbell levelled for Dergview.
Darragh Noonan restored City's lead on 110 minutes with a header from a corner before Philip Donnelly completed the scoring with a close range finish after Murray had cut the ball back.
Armagh City: Connolly, Lennon, Toal, Noonan, Montgomery, Kelly, Hoey, Mallon, Murray, Donnelly, Mullen subs Bell (replaced Hoey 65), McSorley (replaced Mullen 85), Clarke (not used), McGlone (not used), Grimley (not used)
Dergview: Mulcahy, G. Porter, Falconer, Robinson, S. Porter, Burns, Arkinson, Edgar, McBride, Curran, Campbell subs Ballard (replaced Campbell 90+3), Cashel (not used), Lynch (not used), A. Sproule (not used), I. Sproule (replaced Edgar 69)
Referee: Arnold Hunter
|Blaine Burns||90 +2|
|Kyle Friel Curran|
|Ryan Campbell||90 +3||50|
|Jordan Bell||75, 114||65|
|Jude Ballard||90 +3|