It’s six of the best for Dromara Village Seconds

DROMARA enhanced their lead at the top of the table with a comfortable win against a physical visiting side.

They took the lead after 15 minutes when a corner from Carmichael was headed home at the near post for a rare header by Carson.

They could have added to their lead on several occasions when McConnell hit one over the bar with the help of a bobble and Stevie Neil destroyed all his good work when he beat a couple of defenders but with only the keeper to beat put his effort wide.

Colin Kerr added a second with another bullet of a header from another good Carmichael delivery.

And just before the break a good move saw Collins play in Stevie Neil who this time found the bottom corner.

The second half was interesting for about the first ten minutes but after Kerr added his second with another powerful header from a Carmichael corner the game just went flat and the home side just went through the motions.

On several occasions they should have added to their lead and they did get a fifth when Carmichael’s corner beat the keeper at his near post and he has scored direct from corners on more than one occasion this season.

Kerr who was on a hat-trick was trying hard to get on the end of any set piece deliveries when coming up from the back but he just could not find the target.

Right at the end McConnell broke clear and with only the keeper to beat he unselfishly squared for Stevie Neil to score his second of the game.Armstrong in goals was mainly a spectator for most of the game and the back four had a reasonably comfortable afternoon.

With eight games left there will more difficult encounters than this to face but it should be an interesting run in with Immaculata six points behind with two games in hand and are not looking like dropping too many points in their remaining fixtures.