Two of Down seconds' golden oldies were the stars of the show in this Junior 6 clash at Stormont.

Goalkeeper David Moreland produced a brilliant save to prevent the home side from grabbing a dramatic equaliser late one, while Trevor Lennon scored the sort of goal that had it been captured by a television camera, it would be shown over and over again. It really was that good.

The visitors took the lead in the 10th minute when Gary Brown's short corner push out found Gavin Ringland and his powerful shot gave the 'keeper no chance.

Back came the home side to make it 1-1. Moreland produced a great save from an initial short corner strike, but cruelly for the 'keeper the ball rebounded to an unmarked forward who scored.

Jordan Wade and Jordan Aidey played a number of neat one-twos to create Down's second goal of the afternoon. Their swift passing cut a huge hole in the home defence and when the ball found another young gun, William Fryer, he pulled the trigger and the ball flew past the 'keeper.

Lennon scored his brilliant goal within 10 minutes of the restart to make it 3-1. Jeremy McCready's cross appeared to evade the veteran and with the ball going away from him he somehow managed to reach it on the reverse and produce a blistering reverse stick shot on the half volley, with the ball flying into the net. Brilliant.

Back came the home side to make it 3-2 and as Civil Service pushed for the equaliser, Moreland flung himself across goal to produce a fantastic save as the home forward's shot has 'goal' written all over it as it looked destined for the bottom right hand corner.

At the back for Down James Ferguson and Ryan Swail were once again immense, producing a number of timely tackles over the 70 minutes.