The global appeal of this competition was on show, once again, as Colombians Alset clashed with MS Select (MSS), from New Zealand, at Ballymoney’s Riada Stadium. Both teams had suffered defeat in their opening game, but with Alset having shipped 10 goals in their opening match, it was intriguing to see how they would recover.
The home side provided the majority of goals in today’s exhilarating fixture in Anderson’s Park.
Chivas remain unbeaten in the tournament after their second straight resounding victory, this time against English side Middlesbrough.
Sheffield United started the game the brighter of the two sides and their early efforts paid off when Angelo Capello lashed the ball home from close range.
Glasgow Rangers opened their NI Supercup campaign with a match against County Armagh at the Coleraine Showgrounds .
Middlesbrough were applying good early pressure from the start and that was rewarded.
County Down took on Partick Thistle at Anderson Park in Coleraine and it was the local side who started the better as Jake Corbett played in Callum Ferris before his shot sailed just wide of the target.
Plymouth Argyle ran out comprehensive 10-1 winners over Alset Columbia in a one sided affair in the Junior Section at Clough on Monday afternoon.
The Fermanagh Junior Squad didn’t get the start they had hoped for at Super Cup NI 2016, as the American side Strikers FC South Coast started their campaign with a 2-nil victory at Parker Avenue, Portrush.
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County Tyrone took on MS Select from New Zealand at Rugby Avenue in Coleraine , and it was the local side who started the better as Adam Young got down the right on two minutes. His cross picked out Finn Grimes but he lashed his strike wide of the target .
Right to Dream of Ghana started their defence of the Junior Section title with a 4-0 win over American side GPS at the Coleraine Showgrounds.
The heavy rain provided a backdrop of slippery conditions for the two sides in the Warren, Portstewart, this afternoon.
Co. Antrim started off their campaign in the Junior Section with a well deserved 1-0 victory against North Dublin SL (NDSL). The only goal of the game came midway through the second half and it was well taken effort from Connor Farrelly.
Glasgow side Partick Thistle will be lining up again at Super Cup NI in just a few weeks time. With the senior team enjoying a continued spell in the Scottish Premier League, we caught up with Academy Director Gerry Britton to find out how preparations were going ahead of their trip to Northern Ireland.
WHO ARE – MS Select?
Caption: Gerry Armstrong presents an award to Manchester City’s Doryll Profitt in the 2000 tournament.
The magic of Brazilian football is returning to the SuperCupNI international youth tournament.
The shooting stars of Ghana’s sensational Right to Dream Academy will launch a two-pronged attack on the SuperCupNI this summer.
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Ghanaian side Right to Dream produced an outstanding display in the Milk Cup Junior final to beat Southampton 7-0 at a rain-lashed Ballymena Showgrounds.
Right to Dream won the Dale Farm Milk Cup on their debut trip to the tournament following an emphatic 7-0 victory over Southampton at a cold and blustery Ballymena Showgrounds.
Goalkeeper Rory Brown saved two penalty shoot-out kicks to help County Londonderry win the Junior Bowl final against GPS FC Bayern.