DUNS HIT FOUR TO GO SECOND
Dundela swept to a four goal victory over Ballinamallard United to return to second spot.
Rhys Annett opened the scoring as early as the fourth minute after getting on the end of a Benny Igiehon flick to slip the ball past keeper Michael Lynch.
Ryan McKay might have made it 2-0 midway through the first half only to strike the outside of the post but, in stoppage time, Tony Kane did double Dundela's lead from the spot after Ciaran Dobbin had been brought down.
Kane then made sure of the points with a stunning 35-yard effort before Dobbin completed the scoring in the dying seconds.
Dundela: Shields, Kane, McKay, Magee, Annett, McGovern, McCawl, Igiehon, Fyfe, Dobbin, Chapman subs Cairns (not used), McMaster (replaced Chapman 46), T. Shaw (replaced Fyfe 90+2), E. Shaw (replaced Magee 83), Fearon (not used), Faulkner (replaced Annett 73), Rodgers (not used)
Ballinamallard United: Lynch, McCann, McDermott, Clarke, Arkinson, Banda, McIlwaine, Byrne, Edgar, Ferry, Maguire subs Morris (replaced McIlwaine 73), Stafford (replaced Maguire 82), McKinley (not used), Drumm (replaced Arkinson 73), Sludden (replaced Ferry 61), Warnock (not used), Campbell (replaced Edgar 73)