DUNS CLAIM EAST BELFAST BRAGGING RIGHTS
Dundela came out on top by the odd goal in five following an entertaining East Belfast derby with HW Welders at the Blanchflower Stadium.
The Duns raced into an early lead when, around the ten minute mark, David Fearon finished low into the bottom corner from six yards following good build up play from David McMaster.
That was how it stayed for the remainder of the first half until, not long after the interval, Scott Davidson levelled for the Welders with a looping finish over Marc Matthews.
Then, five minutes after that, David Graham fired the home side in front from the six yard box after fantastic team move.
Back came Dundela through Eamonn Fyfe just after the hour with the final touch over the line after Tony Kane's free-kick caused all sorts of confusion.
And Niall Currie's side regained the lead - and ultimately the points - with four minutes remaining with Fearon's second of the night, a fantastic long range effort which proved to be too strong for Joe McGovern.
HW Welders: McGovern, Tommons, McCarthy, McMurray, Byers, Dornan, Graham, Corbett, Davidson, McLellan, McMurtry subs Robinson (not used), McMillan (not used), Lavery (replaced McMurtry 82), McComb (not used), Harris (not used), Henry (not used), Warnock (not used)
Dundela: Matthews, T. Kane, McKay, Taylor, Magee, McMaster, McCawl, Fearon, Beattie, Farquhar, Annett subs Owens (replaced Farquhar 50), Faulkner (replaced Annett 57), Teggart (replaced McKay 82), Fyfe (replaced Beattie 57), Carson (not used), Shaw (not used), Kerr (not used)