DUNS STORM BACK TO HIT ANNAGH FOR SIX
Dundela stormed back from two goals down to hit Annagh United for six at Wilgar Park.
The visitors moved in front with two goals in quick succession with just over a quarter-of-an-hour on the clock.
Paul Finnegan opened the scoring on 17 minutes when he got his head to a Craig Taylor corner before, a couple of minutes after that, Jack Evans doubled up this time from a Taylor long throw.
The Duns responded positively, and pulled one back after half-an-hour with an Andy Hall header from David McMaster's delivery.
Jordan Jenkins then levelled with a chip from distance five minutes later, before going onto fire the home side into the lead on 41 minutes after running onto a Charlie Dornan ball over the top.
Remarkably Jenkins then claimed his hat-trick right at the end of the first half after taking the ball round keeper Jason Craughwell!
It got worse for Annagh early in the second half when they were reduced to ten men following Declan Carville's dismissal for a second bookable offence.
Then, on 64 minutes, Ciaran Dobbin added another for Dundela after lifting the ball over Craughwell.
Dundela ended the game with ten men also after Lee Rea received a straight red card for serious foul play but, with seven minutes to go, William Faulkner hit number six for the Duns when he beat the offside trap to beat the keeper from outside the area.
Dundela: Hunter, Magee, Dinu, McGovern, McMaster, Hall, Dobbin, Corbett, Dornan, White, Jenkins subs Henderson, Rea, Burns, Donaldson, Madine, Faulkner, Munn
Annagh United: Craughwell, Calvert, Finnegan, Carville, Evans, Murray, Taylor, McDonald, Young, McCullough, Doran subs Little, Kerr, Stewart, Holmes, Doyle