McMASTER BAGS SEVEN MINUTE HAT-TRICK AT WILGAR PARK
David McMaster grabbed a quick fire first half hat-trick as Dundela swept to a five goal victory over bottom of the table Knockbreda at Wilgar Park.
The 30-year-old opened the scoring against his former club after just nine minutes before doubling his tally barely sixty seconds later.
Not content with that he duly added a third with just over a quarter-of-an-hour remaining while, just before the break, Carl McComb knocked home a fourth for the rampant Duns.
Although the game was over as a contest that didn't stop Tiarnan McNicholl adding Dundela's fifth early in the second half.
Dundela's afternoon was spoiled slightly on 74 minutes when Jay Magee was dismissed for dissent.
Dundela: Sergeant, Kerr, Burns, Tommons, Morrison, Magee, McMaster, Beggs, McNicholl, McComb, Devine subs Holden (replaced McMaster 65), Kane (not used), McCawl (replaced Tommons 63), Nimick (not used), Brown (replaced Burns 60)
Knockbreda: Hazard, McCauley, Johnston, Hamill, Spence, Rice, Fearon, Lavery, Pomeroy, Delaney, Cafolla subs Wardlow (not used), Burns (replaced Lavery 59), Shaw (replaced Fearon 44), Halfpenny (not used), Bennett (replaced Pomeroy 29)