Gary Keane (28p)
Tiarnan Flanagan (81)
Peter Duffin (86)


Matthew McCartan (18)



Tobermore United reversed their recent losing streak with this defeat of title hopefuls Banbridge Town at Fortwilliam Park.

Things started ominously for Adrian Whiteside's men when, after 18 minutes, Matthew McCartan fired the visitors in front.

However, Gary Keane levelled from the spot before the half-hour mark for what was United's first league goal since before Christmas.

That was how it stayed until first Tiarnan Flanagan and then Peter Duffin scored in the last ten minutes to hand United a much needed three points.

Tobermore United: Koller, Crooks, Winton, P. Keane, Kearns, Hudson, S. Lamont, Law, N. Lamont, G. Keane, Gillan subs Duffin (replaced P. Keane 28), Flanagan (replaced N. Lamont 80), Harkness (not used), Jones (replaced S. Lamont 88), McGraw (not used)

Banbridge Town: Cullen, Devlin, Thompson, McCreanor, J. Wilson, King, McCartan, McCavitt, Teggart, Moffatt, Clydesdale subs Pedlow (replaced McCavitt 75), A. Wilson (not used), Downey (replaced Clydesdale 60), Hayes (not used), Anderson (replaced McCartan 85)

Referee: Andrew Woodside