Manchester United dented Club NI’s hopes of securing back to back semi-finals places in the Junior section at a packed Seahaven on Wednesday evening.
County Londonderry suffered a 2-0 defeat at the hands of a committed Club NI side at a packed Anderson Park on Tuesday evening.
Southampton’s junior side recovered from an early setback to record a 3-1 win over Strikers FC that puts them in with a superb chance of progressing to the semi final stage of the Super Cup NI.
Co Armagh’s junior side got their Super Cup NI campaign off to a superb start with a deserved victory over a talented Leeds Utd side in Portstewart.
County Tyrone suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of English Premier League academy side Southampton at Anderson Park on Monday afternoon in the Junior section.
2017 Junior champions County Antrim had to settle for a share of the spoils at a rain sodden Anderson Park on day one in the Junior section of the 2018 Super Cup NI.
The boys from the Lakeland County will take pole position at the parade and opening ceremony at the 2018 Super Cup NI.
County Londonderry Junior manager Marty Smith said his side are not there to make up the numbers as they take their place in Group A with Manchester United, Rangers FC and Club NI.
County Armagh are determined to go one step better than they did last year as they look to secure a place in the final four of the Junior section.
The 2017 Super Cup NI saw the boys from County Antrim create history, as they became the first county side to ever win the U15 Junior crown.