A LAST-GASP Killymoon Rangers goal left Annagh United with just a share of the spoils from the midweek IFA Championship 2 trip.
Annagh held a 3-2 lead with 87 minutes on the clock but Killymoon levelled late on for a 3-3 draw.
Mark Boyce’s brace of goals proved the early highlight for Annagh before Francis McCann scored on 84 minutes to push the visitors in front.
However, hopes of a return to Portadown with full points ended in disappointment soon after when Killymoon equalised.
“We had hoped to rearrange the game as Stephen Park’s wedding clashed with the fixture,” said Annagh United boss, David Johnstone. “It is a case of losing three or four players to the wedding and obviously the conflict of dates disrupts how many from our club could help Stephen commemorate his big day.
“In the end, we presented something like three alternatives to Killymoon over a span of weeks but could never agree on a date.
“We had quite a few ruled out before the match off the back of injuries, unavailability and Saturday’s 2-0 defeat away to Ballyclare.
“The Killymoon situation is unfortunate but out of our control and, in fact, we had problems together recently when Dean Smith and Gerard McAlea had to go off.
“Next up is the Moyola Park match at Tandragee Road this Saturday from 3 o’clock.
“We follow that up next Wendesday with a trip to take on Queen’s University.”
ANNAGH United reserves lost out over extra-time to Coagh United seconds in the Wilmor Johnston Memorial Cup semi-finals.