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Photos by Maynard Collins

A last-minute goal by Dundalk’s James McGrath was all that separated the sides in a match that both managers described as a good workout for their respective teams. A strong wind, which Glenavon had at their backs for the first half, made playing conditions tricky for both sides.

Glenavon had strong claims for a second-half penalty turned down when Renato De Vecchi was bundled over in the box and a couple of dubious offside decisions went against the home side.

Glenavon: Taylor, Hall, Kelly, Elebert, Neill, De Vecchi, Norton, Singleton, Patton, Gray, Bates. Subs: Hamilton (Kelly 46), Canning (Neill 43), Sharvin (De Vecchi 74), Hill (Norton 77), Jenkins (Bates 68), Fisher (Gray 46)

Dundalk: Sava, Vemmelund, Massey, Barrett, Hoare, Clifford, Benson, McGrath, McCourt, McEleney, Kilduff. Subs: Finn (not used), Gartland (Barret 46), Gannon (Massey 46), O’Donnell (Kilduff 46), Mountney (McEleney 46), Ubaezuona (Benson 46), Dalton (McCourt 70), Higgins(not used).