Tandragee hit by injury-time goal for second time in four days

Mark Bicker.
Mark Bicker.

An injury-time goal for the second time in four days left Tandragee Rovers suffering back-to-back league defeats as Camlough Rovers managed to match the midweek success enjoyed by Newry City AFC.

Lee Wells’ penalty kick put title-chasing Rovers into the lead and Mark Bicker smashed a shot just past the post.

Camlough levelled before a superb tackle by Gary Whiteside.

Jonny Black’s first-half penalty miss left Rovers on the backfoot then both Cecil Corbett and Dean McCammon squandered sights of goal.

The afternoon’s third penalty kick ultimately allowed Camlough to capture full points with an injury-time finish.

In Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division One, Tandragee Rovers defeated Craigavon City by 6-2.