A young Loughgall side fell to a three-goal defeat at the hands of second placed Limavady United.
The Villagers created the first opportunity of the game in only the second minute when Alan Murphy rose highest to narrowly head a corner delivery just wide of the post.
United opened the scoring after 7 minutes when Shane Jennings found Trevor Hutchinson at the back post to tap home from close range.
Loughgall were dealt a blow in the 33rd minute when Paul Carville was forced off with a hamstring injury, and he was replaced by Josh Finlay.
Six minutes before the break Limavady doubled their lead when Paul Owens whipped in a precise cross for Jennings to direct home.
On 54 minutes xenical buy chemist warehouse Limavady scored their third goal when Ciaran Clarke fired a low shot that was aided by a deflection off Darragh Peden which helped it creep past ‘keeper Marc Robinson.
Loughgall: Robinson, Ferguson, Baird, Peden, Murphy, Coleman, Kernaghan (Hylands), McCain, Bloomer, Murray, Carville (Finlay).
Limavady: Doherty, McKenna, Rodden (Elder), Roddy, McNulty, McKeever, Owens (Friel), Spratt, Jennings (Nash), Hutchinson, Clarke.