Girls Premier Group A
Girls Premier Group B
SuperCupNI Premier Section Champions – Right to Dream
Ghanaian side Right to Dream claimed the SuperCupNI Premier Section trophy after they beat Mexican opponents Club America 2-1.
Match Report: Newcastle Utd v Right to Dream
Two goals in the final ten minutes helped Right to Dream to secure their first appearance in the Premier section final after edging past Newcastle United at the Coleraine Showgrounds.
De Souza fires Brazilians into Globe Final
Brazilian side Osaco progressed to the Premier section Globe final after a stunning strike from Kevin de Souza give them a 1-0 victory over American side Strikers.
Match Report: Co Down v Co Fermanagh
County Fermanagh claimed their first points of the tournament after a last gasp winner from Callum Jones secured them bragging rights in a pulsating Ulster derby clash at Clough.
Match Report: Right to Dream v Osasco
Ghanaian side Right to Dream were made to work for their semi-final place against a plucky Osasco side from Brazil at a blustery Warren Recreation Grounds on matchday three.
Holders O’Higgins held to Draw
Holding SuperCupNI Premier section side O’Higgens from Chile started their defence of the trophy with an entertaining draw with Japanese side Komazawa at Broughshane on Monday afternoon.
Match Report: Co Antrim v Newcastle Utd
Newcastle United fell to a shock 3-1 defeat to County Antrim at a sun soaked Ballymena Showgrounds on Monday evening.Newcastle United fell to a shock 3-1 defeat to County Antrim at a sun soaked Ballymena Showgrounds on Monday evening.
Match Report: Otago v Club América
Mexican outfit Club America laid down a marker on Monday afternoon at the Warren as they defeated a resolute Otago at the Warren in the Premier section.
Match Report: Co Armagh v Strikers FC
County Armagh Premiers got their SuperCupNI campaign underway with a 2-0 defeat to Californian regulars Strikers FC at a sun-kissed Warren Recreation Grounds in Portstewart.
Gillespie backs returning Manchester United to be SuperCupNI Hit
Double winner Keith Gillespie reckons his former club Manchester United will continue to be a force at the SuperCupNI.