DUNDELA HIT TOBERMORE FOR SIX
Championship leaders Dundela blasted their way into the BetMcLean League Cup third round with a six-goal victory over Tobermore United at Wilgar Park.
Carl McComb opened the scoring for the Duns after just five minutes, and they were given a further boost when Tobermore suffered the loss of Conor Kearns just after the half-hour mark when he was dismissed following a challenge on keeper Jonathan Sergeant.
Dundela emphatically made the most of their numerical advantage, hitting a further five goals without reply after the break.
Jordan Morrison made it 2-0 early on, before Ross Holden added a third on the hour. Karl Devine knocked home number four with just under a quarter-of-an-hour remaining, with substitutes Eoghan McCawl and Tiarnan McNicholl finding the net in the final ten minutes.
Dundela: Sergeant, King, Kerr, Devine, Morrison, Murdock, Bingham, Kane, McComb, Beggs, Holden subs McMaster (not used), McCawl (replaced Beggs 72), McNicholl (replaced Kane 67), Magee (not used), Watts (not used), McBride (not used)
Tobermore United: Purcell, P. Keane, McVey, Kearns, Francis, Elder, G. Keane, Devine, Whiteside, McKee, Moore subs Bednarz (not used), Kane (replaced Francis 3), Talbot (replaced Whiteside 46), Duffin (replaced Kane 81)