Cliftonville were sunk by a last-minute goal in this afternoon's friendly encounter at Tallaght Stadium. At the end of a worthwhile exercise between the Clubs - arranged in the main as part of Rovers' preparations for the new League of Ireland season, which commences next weekend - it was Simon Madden's injury-time strike that settled the tie. Less than 48 hours on from the Reds' 1-1 draw with Glentoran in the Danske Bank Premiership, boss Gerard Lyttle made 10 changes to the line-up, with Paul Finnegan the only surviving starter in an XI that saw fellow defenders Jaimie McGovern, Chris Ramsey and former Tallaght Stadium favourite Jason McGuinness return to action alongside a welcome comeback for Eamonn Seydak. Joe Gormley went closest to registering for Cliftonville but, at the end of a contest that saw both Jason Mooney and Peter Burke impress, Madden's intervention ensured Rovers would conclude their pre-season schedule with a last-gasp victory. CLIFTONVILLE: J Mooney, McGovern, Ramsey, McGuinness, Seydak, Gormley, Lavery, McNicholl, Finnegan, Nelson, Haire.Subs: Burke, Bonner, Gilmore, Cosgrove, A Donnelly, G Donnelly, Waters, Reynolds, Lawlor.