Banbridge Town went down 3-2 to Lisburn Rangers due to a very late comeback.
After just ten minutes, the Juniors were reduced to ten men when their midfielder received two yellow cards.
They saw the game through to the break at 0-0 but Town started the second-half slowly and soon found themselves behind. The opposing striker found the bottom corner to grab the first goal of the day.
Ten minutes later a deep corner from Jamie McCandless found Cormac Downey who fired a volley in from eight yards for the equaliser. Five minutes after that, Gavin Fearon found himself one-on-one with the keeper, rounded him and coolly slotted into an open net. With ten minutes left, things were looking on the up for the leading locals but not for the first time this season, they threw it away.
The Lisburn striker grabbed his second with only three minutes on the clock and just before the end,they snatched the win although Colin Leckey had done well to save the first shot.