After Andy Hall put Glenavon ahead after in just 90 seconds the visitors never really looked in any danger of not going back to Lurgan with all three points.

Hall’s free kick then went off James Singleton and ‘Stute defender Jack Bradley to put Gary Hamilton’s side 2-0 ahead and Andy Doyle nodded in at the back post from a Singleton corner to send his side in 3-0 up at the break.

Glenavon withstood some pressure from the hosts, and the elements, in the second half before Josh Daniels fired a trademark shot into the top corner from the D to make it 4-0.

An injury time consolation from Jamie Dunne spoiled what would have been a rare clean sheet for Glenavon.