Alan McMurtry (51p)


Nedas Macuilaitis (40)
Ultan Lennon (90 4)


Armagh City captain Ultan Lennon (armband) celebrates his really late winner in the 2-1 win away over Lisburn Distillery (© David Hunter)


Lisburn Distillery dropped off the top of the Bluefin Sport Premier Intermediate League following this home defeat to Armagh City.

The visitors moved in front five minutes before the break after a defensive mistake by Joe Reid allowed Nedas Macuilaitis to nip through to face 'keeper Jonah Nicholl one-on-one before slipping the ball home.

The Whites levelled early in the second half after Alan McMurtry had been upended in the box by Daniel Courtney with McMurtry himself stepping up to slot the spot-kick beyond Daniel Devine.

Distillery were reduced to ten men late in the game when Barry Moore was shown a straight red card for abusive behaviour.

And it got worse for the Whites four minutes into stoppage time when Ultan Lennon popped up with City's winner with a header from a corner.

Lisburn Distillery: Nicholl, Moore, Reid, Wharry, McMurtry, Clarke, Hislop, Harris, McCaw, Young, Ferguson subs Saunders (not used), Curley (not used), Martin (not used), Workman (replaced McCaw 77), Beta (replaced Young 71)

Armagh City: Devine, Kerr, Courtney, Lennon, Grimley, Monteiro, Ferreita, Judge, Macuilaitis, McKenna, Lucas subs Hynds (replaced Monteiro 75), E. Tavares (not used), Larkin (not used), Blevins (replaced Lucas 56)

Referee: Barry Monaghan