Dungannon Swifts created history by winning their first senior trophy at the National Stadium this evening. Swifts defeated holders Ballymena United 3-1 with Ryan Mayse grabbing a splendid first half brace before Cormac Burke netted a brilliant third to spark delirious scenes of joy and celebration among the travelling blue and white army.
RYAN Mayse insists Dungannon Swifts richly deserve another shot at winning a first senior trophy. Swifts’ one and only final appearance was way back in 2007 when the Tyrone side, managed by Harry Fay, was defeated on penalties in the Irish Cup Final by Linfield. On Saturday evening Ballymena United stand between Swifts and an historic BetMcLean League Cup win and Mayse insists he and his team-mates have earned the right to face David Jeffrey’s men in the showpiece decider.
VETERAN striker Mark Jones grabbed a splendid late double as league leaders NFC Kesh put a dent in Strathroy Harps’ ambitions of retaining the Division One title at a chilly Omagh Leisure Centre on Saturday. Jones struck twice in stoppage-time to kill off the challenge of the champions who finished the game with 10-men following the sending off of defender Ryan Sharkey for two cautions.
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