Institute got through to the next round of the Irish Cup this afternoon after a victory over Limavady in a derby match that rarely sparked into life. The first half was a fairly evenly matched affair, with Stute going closest when Parkhouse hit the post on 22 minutes and the follow up effort by McBride was cleared off the line. With half an hour gone in the second half and still no sign of a goal, thoughts began to turn to extra time, when left back Dean Jarvis controlled a through ball on the edge of the Limavady box and slottest past the keeper to give the home side the lead. Five minutes later it was 2-0, with Parkhouse breaking through the Limavady defence and expertly finding Mark Kelly who was left with a simple finish from 3 yards out. Stute had chances to add to their lead, and in the last move of the match the Limavady goalkeeper did well to stop substitute Tom Carlin scoring from 6 yards out. The win makes it 3 victories out of 3 over Limavady this season so far, and Stute can look forward to the next round of the cup after a job well done on a cold day at the Riverside.