Co Fermanagh were left to rue missed opportunities as a 10- man Right to Dream side clung on to win their first match of the tournament at Broughshane.
Higgins FC ran out comfortable 2-0 winners over County Tyrone in what proved to be an entertaining affair at the Ballymena Showgrounds on Wednesday evening.
The Brazilians have flattered to deceive in this year’s competition so far as, despite playing some neat football in their opening 2 fixtures, they had still to get a point on the board, before this evenings fixture against the host county.
Down started the match in an intense and positive manner and got their just reward after five minutes on the clock when Scott McArthur had time to fire home a lethal volley into the roof of the net.
Club America took on Belguim side KV Mechelen at Castlerock. Club America started the brighter of the sides, as Leyva Diego got into a good position but his shot was well saved by Jelle De Schoenmaken in the Mechelen goal.
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Lusaka could and should have took the lead in the tenth minute when winger Chiwala Lunkoto crossed from the left to put it on a plate for Joseph Ndawa but the striker headed wide from close range.
Osasco wrapped up their second win of this year’s tournament with a comprehensive victory over Otago in the sunshine at Coleraine.
Hibernian defeat American side Strikers two-nil in a blustery affair at Rugby Avenue.
This game started relatively quietly, with both sides trying to get the ball down and play some football. Newcastle settled quicker and began passing the ball around and taking control of...
There are five teams with the maximum six points heading into today’s final round of group fixtures in the Premier Section. Here’s a look ahead to Wednesday’s important Premier games, where it could go right down to the final whistle.
County Down took on County Armagh at the Coleraine Showgrounds on Tuesday.
This evening saw an intense local derby as County Antrim took on County Londonderry at the Ballymena United Showgrounds.
There was more late heartbreak from the Fermanagh Premiers, as Rhyss Campbell struck deep into injury time to seal a second narrow defeat for Darren Higginbotham’s men in less than 24 hours.
A last gasp winner by KV Mechelen’s Mohamed Zeroual stole the points in what was a feisty affair, against Brazilian’s Ponte Preta on the rain drenched pitch at Rugby Avenue.
Right to Dream and Newcastle took part in an entertaining draw in a rain soaked encounter at Seahaven.
Lusaka came out the eventual victors in a close fixture against MS Select of New Zealand at the Clough pitches.
It was another wet and soggy afternoon for the Super Cup NI as Otago of New Zealand took on Hibernian of Scotland at the Riada Stadium in Ballymoney.
Ichifuna made it two wins out of two in this year’s Premier Section with a fine win over Alset Columbia.
A Lewis McNall strike in the final moments of the game snatched all 3 points for Newcastle and resigned Co. Fermanagh to a defeat in their opening fixture of the tournament at the Ballymena Showgrounds.
The popular Right To Dream of Ghana faced off against O’Higgins in Riada Stadium, Ballymoney tonight as both teams played their first matches of this year’s tournament.
Real Sociedad secured a win in their first match despite some samba style football and a dominant first half display from Ponte Preta.
This afternoon’s game was at wet and rainy Parker Avenue in Portrush between Ichifuna from Japan, in the white, and MS Select (MSS) from New Zealand, in the blue.
The orange strip of Zambians Lusaka certainly brightened up the dreary skies over Rugby Avenue but it was County Down who took the spoils in this entertaining encounter.