FOUR GOALS SHARED AT WILGAR PARK
Dundela and Newry City battled to an equal share of the goals in difficult conditions at a blustery Wilgar Park.
James Teelan opened the scoring for Newry after eight minutes. He got on the end of a touch forward to flick the ball past Kyle Owens and beat Marc Matthews with a near post right foot finish.
The Duns levelled almost immediately, however, through Guillaume Keke with a half volley from point blank range after a Tony Kane free-kick from wide on the right had been knocked on inside the box.
And the frantic start continued with a quarter-of-an-hour on the clock when Johnny Taylor fired the home side into the lead from another Kane set piece, a corner on this occasion, after the ball fell loose from Jay Magee's initial header had been well kept out by Steven Maguire.
That was how it stayed until four minutes from the hour when Darren King levelled for Newry to ultimately secure a share of the spoils.
Dundela: Matthews, T. Kane, McKay, Taylor, Owens, McCawl, Smith, Keke, E. Kane, Kerr, Magee subs Annett (not used), McMaster (replaced McKay 89), Hughes (replaced Smith 83), McNicholl (not used), Kirk (not used), Miskelly (not used), Shaw (not used)
Newry City: Maguire, King, N. Healy, Boyle, Brennan, Walker, Carville, Hughes, Teelan, McGovern, Donnelly subs Brady (not used), Montgomery (not used), McKeown (not used), Kelly (replaced Carville 74), Moan (replaced McGovern 74), B. Healy (replaced Teelan 74), Lawless (replaced Donnelly 85)