Watch Newry V Lisburn Distillery Live Stream 4th May 2012 IFA Carling Premiership

Watch Newry V Lisburn Distillery Live Stream Online HD PC TV Video Free, Newry V Lisburn Distillery Live Online Instant Streaming Internet TV, Newry V Lisburn Distillery Live Soccer TV Channels Online Tonight Newry City FC will host Lisburn Distillery FC in the 2nd leg of the promotion play off.  The match will kick off at 7.45pm at the Showgrounds in Greenbank Industrial Estate, Newry.  A victory will secure Newry's promotion. Lisburn Distillery is a semi-professional, Northern Irish football club playing in the IFA Premiership. The club, founded in 1880, originated in west Belfast, where it was based at Grosvenor Park at Distillery Street off the Grosvenor Road until 1971.

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After sharing Skegoneill Avenue (Brantwood) and Seaview (Crusaders) for some years the club moved in 1980 to a permanent new home at New Grosvenor Stadium, Ballyskeagh, County Down, on the southern outskirts of Belfast. The club was known as Distillery until 1999, when it changed its name to 'Lisburn Distillery' in an attempt to associate itself more closely with its adopted borough (now city) of Lisburn. The club colour is white.Distillery's story begins with Robert Baxter. Baxter moved from Banbridge to Belfast's Grosvenor Street in 1878. A keen cricketer, he became friendly with some of the employees of the nearby Royal Irish Distillery and, in the summer of 1879, they formed the V.R. Distillery Cricket Club under his captaincy. By the end of 1880, the members of the cricket club decided to form a football club in order to stay active during the winter months: Distillery Football Club was born and held its first practice session on 20 November 1880.

The directors of Dunville's, especially James Barr, took great interest in the club from the start. They agreed to fill in a waste pond at the back of the distillery to make a ground for the team. The ground, Daisy Hill, was elevated several feet above sea level. Because it was filled in, it was soon known in the community under several nicknames such as 'Cinder Park' and 'Coke Yard'. On 11 December, Distillery F.C. played its first match there against Dundela, winning 1-0.