DUNS SWEEP TO DERBY DAY VICTORY
Dundela swept to a four-goal victory over neighbours HW Welders in the East Belfast derby at Wilgar Park.
Eoin Kane opened the scoring for the Duns as early as the second minute after meeting a free-kick to direct a header past keeper Ben McCauley.
The Welders had the ball in the net soon after but it was ruled out offside, and they fell further behind on 20 minutes when Guillaume Keke headed home a cross from the left at the near post.
That was how it stayed until Jay Magee added a third for Niall Currie's side on 69 minutes following a goalmouth scramble.
Kane then doubled his tally, and completed the scoring, with a quarter-of-an-hour remaining courtesy of a right-footed effort into bottom corner.
Dundela: Matthews, T. Kane, McKay, Taylor, Owens, Beggs, Smith, Keke, E. Kane, Magee, Shaw subs Faulkner (replaced Smith 78), Robinson (not used), Hughes (replaced E. Kane 78), McCawl (not used), Anderson (replaced Owens 82), Warnock (not used), Miskelly (not used)
HW Welders: McCauley, McMurray, Anderson, Spence, Byers, McMillan, Dornan, Tommons, Harris, McLellan, Murray subs Deans (replaced Dornan 75), McMurtry (replaced McMillan 46), Henry (not used), Graham (replaced Anderson 57), Davidson (replaced Murray 75), Nelson (replaced Tommons 77), Boyd (not used)