DUNS WIN AGAIN TO STAY TOP
Dundela hold onto a three-point advantage at the summit following a 3-1 defeat of basement boys Knockbreda at Breda Park.
Anto Burns opened the scoring after half-an-hour after jinking his way to a low finish past keeper Marc Matthews before a couple of goals in quick succession early in the second half from Andy Hall and Jake Corbett put the issue beyond doubt.
Hall finished under Matthews after being picked out by David McMaster, with Corbett then sending an acrobatic effort with his right-foot into the net three minutes after that.
Guillaume Keke did pull one back for ‘Breda with a right-foot effort from inside the box but they still await their first point of the campaign.
Knockbreda: Matthews, Willis, P. McDermott, Teggart, A. McDermott, Rutkowski, McGreevy, Keke, Murray, Quinn, Shaw subs Fry, Bradshaw, McVeigh, Anderson, Kalla, Henry, Murphy
Dundela: Hunter, Fletcher, Magee, McGovern, McMaster, Burns, Hall, Corbett, Dornan, White, Jenkins subs Henderson, Dinu, Rea, Donaldson, Faulkner, Kerr, Munn