Ryan Campbell helped himself to the match ball as Dergview cruised to a thumping victory over Loughgall at Darragh Park.
Campbell fired Dergview in front after 14 minutes with a strong finish before he doubled his tally with a header from Ivan Sproule’s cross.
Campbell then returned the favour for Sproule to finish at the back post just after half-an-hour had elapsed.
John Uprichard pulled one back for the Villagers early in the second half after nodding home a Peter Campbell cross.
However, Sproule restored Dergview’s three-goal cushion after displaying a good turn of pace to take the ball round ‘keeper Gareth Buchanan.
The visitors grabbed their second just after the hour after a goalmouth scramble which saw Andy Devlin get the last touch to poke the ball over the line.
However, Garth Falconer struck on 78 minutes after good play by Ryan McBride and Jude Ballard created the opening before Campbell raced through in the final minute to put the seal on a comprehensive victory for Richard Clarke’s side.
Dergview: Mulcahy, G. Porter, Falconer, S. Porter, Robinson, Ballard, McManus, Curran, Campbell, Cashel, I. Sproule subs McBride (replaced Cashel 60), Wilson (not used), Arkinson (replaced Curran 24), Edgar (replaced I. Sproule 75), Lynch (not used)
Loughgall: Buchanan, Finlay, Taylor, Copeland, Hudson, Canning, Devlin, Mullen, Upritchard, Uprichard, Campbell subs Mallen (replaced Uprichard 80), McCann (replaced Campbell 62), Elliott (not used), Stretton (not used), Wright (replaced Buchanan 82)
Referee: Garvin Taggart