County Armagh produced a stunning display to comprehensively beat Alset Columbia by eight goals to nil in the Premier Section in Clough on Monday afternoon.
After a slow start to the game in terms of goals and chances, it was Vendee who broke the deadlock after 20 minutes. A punt upfield was only half dealt with by the Tyrone defence, allowing Massimo Baron to rush in & volley the ball into the corner of the net, out of the reach of goalkeeper Joel Peden.
It didnt take long for this game to come alive. With just six minutes on the clock, a heavy touch in the Osasco defence allowed Hibs to open the scoring with a shot into the bottom corner. Soon after, Hibs challenged the referees decision, when he opted not to award them a free kick inside the box, after defender Cleyson Aroujo appeared to have passed the ball back to keeper Cucato Lopez. All in all, it was a quiet first half but two minutes before the break, Joao Pedro was shown yellow for a reckless tackle on the Hibs full back. On a wet afternoon it was hard for either side to get going.
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County Antrim defeated Club America 3-2 on penalties in the Premier Section to become the first County side to win the Milk Cup in the tournament’s 32 year history.
County Antrim beat Club America 3-2 on penalties, after the match ended 1-1, to become the first team from Northern Ireland to win the Premier section of the Milk Cup youth football tournament.
Strikers FC secured a hard-fought 2-1 win over Malaga at Parker Avenue, Portrush to finish third in the Premier Section Globe.
The Salver final for the Premier section was a goal-filled affair, with Tyrone pipping Partick Thistle to the post, winning 3-2.
O’Higgins won the Globe trophy with a 2-0 win over Newcastle, in an entertaining encounter at the Showgrounds, Coleraine.
County Armagh took on Ghanaian side Right to Dream in the Dale Farm Vase Final at Roe Mill.
Newcastle United progressed to the final of the Dale Farm Globe courtesy of a convincing 5-1 victory over Strikers in the Premier Section at Broughshane.
CSKA had the first chance inside one minute as Chavlov Feder crossed low for Ryabokon Pavel – he hit his shot first time but wide of the goal.
Otago and Lusaka Academy played out a goalless draw at Parker Avenue, Portrush before Otago triumphed 5-4 in a thrilling penalty shoot-out.
A first-half double from David Salazar proved decisive as O’Higgins marched into the final of the Dale Farm Globe final courtesy of a 3-0 victory against Malaga.
Right to Dream have progressed into the Dale Farm Vase finals after they beat County Londonderry 2-0 at the Warren.
County Tyrone took on County Fermanagh in the Semi Final of the Salver competition. A competitive game was expected in this local derby.
Scroggy Road hosted a glamorous fixture fixture for County Tyrone against English Premier League opposition Newcastle United.
Ten-man County Fermanagh suffered a 2-1 defeat after conceding late goals against Malaga at the Coleraine Showgrounds.