|N.Ireland vs Shamrock Rovers||4 - 1||-||-|
|Northeast Rush vs Rangers||0 - 1||-||-|
|Surf Select vs Shelbourne||4 - 1||-||-|
|Surf Select vs Shamrock Rovers||3 - 1||-||-|
|Shelbourne vs Rangers||3 - 0||-||-|
|N.Ireland vs Northeast Rush||3 - 1||-||-|
|Northeast Rush vs Surf Select||2 - 0||-||-|
|Shamrock Rovers vs Shelbourne||2 - 0||-||-|
|N.Ireland vs Rangers||4 - 0||-||-|
|Shamrock Rovers v Rangers||3 - 0||-||SCNI Vase, Final|
|N. Ireland v Surf Select||4 - 0||-||SuperCupNI, Final|
|Northeast Rush v Shelbourne||0 - 4||-||SCNI Globe, Final|
Two high-quality finishes secured a 2-0 victory for Serie B Italia in the Premier Section final at Super Cup NI.
Newcastle United are the 2018 Super Cup Globe champions following a resounding 3-0 victory over County Armagh at the Coleraine Showgrounds.
Mexican side Club America came out as 2-1 winners at the Riada stadium in a repeat of last year’s Premier Section final.
Newcastle United helped themselves to their second win at the competition at a sun soaked Warren in Portstewart.
2017 Premier Section champions Right to Dream look to be the team to beat once again this year as the Ghanaian outfit recorded a comfortable 3-0 victory over County Tyrone in Portstewart.
B Italia comprehensively defeated First Choice Soccer 5-0 at the Warren in Portstewart to increase their chances of reaching the final four.
The boys from the Lakeland County will take pole position at the parade and opening ceremony at the 2018 Super Cup NI.
County Down Premier manager John Bailie admits that his charges have been handed an intriguing set of fixtures in Group C.
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.