This really was an afternoon to forget as we lost 6-0 away to reigning champions Enniskillen Rangers at the Ball Range. The opening period was fairly uneventful, with Rangers best chance coming from an inch perfect Stuart Rainey cross but Mark Cutler headed over. At the other end, Paul Elliott cut inside following a superb pass from Chris Beacom, and his cross come shot was fumbled by Barbour in the Rangers goal but the ball bounced out harmlessly for a corner. Then, we created a great chance to open the scoring. A fine move eventually found Paul McGrath with time and space, and he clipped a perfect cross to Robbie Little at the back post but his volley was superbly saved. Rangers had a good chance when Jake Browne raced through on goal after a defensive slip, but Sam McDonald came out quickly to clear the danger. Rangers took the lead after 25 minutes in very fortuitous circumstances. A soft free kick was awarded and Neil Coulters free kick took a huge deflection, which bounced agonisingly in to our net. We responded well and Sam Lindsay went on a brilliant surging run, bursting past three players but he shot was again well saved by Barbour. We came within a whisker of equalising when a Leon Carters header nearly ended up in his own, only for Barbour to make the save, however he the dropped the ball behind him but somehow it squirmed wide of the post and behind for another corner. A sign of our luck on the day.