Five-star Glebe finish with a flourish

Glebe United's Eamon McGrath loses his marker as the home team coast to victory over St Pat's at Bellspark Road. KMG19

Glebe United’s Eamon McGrath loses his marker against St Pat’s at Bellspark Road. KMG19

Glebe United………..5
St Pat’s…………………2
GLEBE United recorded their third win of the season by finishing with a flourish at Bellspark Road.
Castlederg visitors St Pat’s had established a 2-1 interval lead after goals by Aiden Connolly and Dominic McCrory.
Connolly opened the scoring after latching onto a Liam Lynch pass before McCrory netted froom the penalty spot after defender Thomas Semple had handled Darren Traynor’s goal-bound shot.
Crucially though Toraigh McConnell handed the hosts a lifeline on the stroke of half-time following good approach play by Eamon McGrath.
Glebe continued on top in the second half and scored four times in the final 15 minutes to secure victory.
Gerald Elliott levelled matters by heading home a McGrath free kick before McConnell turned provider for McGrath to make it 3-2 with rasping low drive.
United now had a spring in their step and the home side rubber-stamped victory by netting twice more in stoppage-time.
Johnny McAneny ushered in substitute Patrick McGavigan for a tidy finish anmd moments later the roles were reversed when McAneny fired home the fifth from around the penalty spot.

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