Chris McKay (70)
Matthew Ferguson (90 4)


Owain Beggs (85)
Jordan Morrison (89)



HW Welders and Dundela ended with honours even from the last East Belfast derby of the season at Tillysburn Park.

Scoreless at the break, Owain Beggs came closest to breaking the deadlock when he turned the ball against the woodwork midway through the first half.

David Rainey might have found a way through not long after the break but his volley from just inside the box went over the bar.

The Welders eventually opened the scoring on 70 minutes through substitute Christopher McKay who found the net moments after coming on for Rainey.

Beggs levelled for the Duns with five minutes to go with a ball from the left which caught keeper Matthew Anderson off guard.

Then, four minutes after that, Dundela moved in front when Jordan Morrison nodded home at the back post direct from a corner but, in stoppage time, Matthew Ferguson completed the scoring to earn the Welders a point.

HW Welders: Anderson, McMurtry, Armstrong, McMillan, Hall, Dornan, Graham, Deans, Ferguson, Rainey, O'Mahony subs Brown (not used), Gardiner (not used), Morrow (not used), Prentice (replaced O'Mahony 83), McKay (replaced Rainey 68)

Dundela: Sergeant, King, Hanley, Murray, Morrison, Murdock, McMaster, Beggs, Watts, Devine, Burns subs Bingham (replaced Watts 65), Murray (replaced Hanley 80), Parker (not used), McComb (replaced Burns 63), Brown (not used)

Referee: Shane McGonigle

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