Two sublime efforts from substitute Matthew Lusty and a first half strike for Sean McAllister where enough to give a clinical Club NI side the perfect start to a promising week.
Double winner Keith Gillespie reckons his former club Manchester United will continue to be a force at the SuperCupNI.
It was a case of so close but so far for County Londonderry’s Junior side last summer at the SuperCupNI.
Over the last number of years, County Antrim have been leading the way for the Northern Irish teams at the SuperCup NI.
It was a case of déjà vu for the County Armagh Juniors at last Tuesday’s SuperCupNI 2017 draw.
County Tyrone’s Premier side will face a tough test of their credentials at SuperCupNI 2017 as they take on the champions of 2015 and 2016 in the qualifying stages.
Derby matches are always hotly anticipated in any sport and for the Down Junior side, they will be licking their lips at a chance to go toe to toe with fierce rivals Antrim at SuperCupNI 2017.
There was a lull in proceedings following the SuperCupNI 2017 Junior draw as the gathered audience quickly scanned the screen to see which Northern Irish team had landed the plum draw of the returning Manchester United.
The smiles on the faces of the County Fermanagh contingent were as broad as parts of Lough Erne, as the Lakeland County were paired with Manchester United at the SuperCupNI 2017 draw.
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