DUNS WIN EAST BELFAST DERBY
Dundela moved into third spot with victory over HW Welders in the east Belfast derby at Wilgar Park.
The Duns needed just three minutes to open the scoring when Benny Igiehon dispossessed keeper Ben McCauley to guide the ball into the net.
That was how it stayed until just after the hour when substitute Rhys Annett, only on the pitch a matter of minutes, made it 2-0 after receiving the ball from Ciaran Dobbin before showing great composure to skip through the defence and beat the keeper with a right foot effort from around 15 yards out.
Then, with just over ten minutes remaining, Annett doubled his tally to complete the scoring after played through by Igiehon to to slot the ball home from the edge of the area.
Dundela: Shields, Kane, McKay, Magee, McGovern, McMaster, Igiehon, Fyfe, Dobbin, Dinu, Faulkner subs McCawl (replaced Faulkner 60), Beattie (replaced Dobbin 84), Kirk (not used), Cairns (not used), Annett (replaced Fyfe 60), Chapman (replaced McMaster 75)
HW Welders: McCauley, Patterson, Byers, Wright, Owens, McMurray, Barr, Wilson, Dornan, McLellan, McComb subs Johnston (not used), Davidson (replaced Byers 67), Graham (replaced McComb 67), Deans (not used), Frazer (not used), Harris (not used)