Video: Tobermore’s victory hopes take a hammering

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TOBERMORE boss Adrian Whiteside had been hoping for a win in the league today but instead ended up getting a 4-0 hammering from old rivals Annagh United.

At a rain swept Fortwilliam Park, the home side started well and had a penalty disallowed after 10 minutes.

HUSSLE... Tobermore's Dean Stewart hussle's for the ball in midfield.INMM0414-349SR

HUSSLE... Tobermore's Dean Stewart hussle's for the ball in midfield.INMM0414-349SR

Glen Clarke put the ball in the net for the Reds a short time later but the referee ruled him off side.

Annagh’s Richard Allen got the opener on 20 minutes when he headed into the top corner of the net.

With five minutes to the interval, Gardiner put the visitors into a comfortable two-nil lead, chipping the keeper from 18 yards.

After the restart, Alan Nesbitt increased Annagh’s lead with a well taken strike from the edge of the area.

And in the closing minutes of the match Philip Craig scored number four to give the visitors deserved victory.

Full coverage in this week’s Mid-Ulster Mail