Ringsend 0-5 Riada
Riada totally dominated this game from start to finish.
The Ballymoney side could have been in front early on, even before Christie went through and was upended in the box. Christie converted from the resulting spot kick to put Riada 1-0 in front.
Riada then went two in front after some good build up play by McCook and Graur.
The play was finished off by Dean Brownlow, leaving the Ballymoney side 2-0 in front at the break.
Riada started the second half on the front foot, and went three goals up when Christie rattled in a superb free kick for his second goal of the game.
McAleese then made it four tapping in from close range from a Gillen free kick.
Gillen rounded off the scoring himself heading in from a McCook corner.
This Saturday, Riada play Garvagh at Clyde Park, the game has a 2pm kick off.
Kilrea ran out 2-0 winners in their tie with Magherafelt Sky Blues.
Garvagh 1-3 Aghadowey
Garvagh started this game on the front foot, and went ahead on 15 minutes when Iain Wilson set up Andrew Skull.
The goal seemed to spur the Aghadowey men on, and they found their feet and took control.
Aghadowey were onlucky not to level matters when Dempsey was denied a goal thanks to a great save by Moody.
The second half saw Aghadowey starting where they finished off.
They drew level shortly after the restart.
Aghadowey then went further ahead to take the lead for the first time in the tie.
At the other end the Aghadowey wasn’t tested.
Aghadowey piled on the pressure and added a third strike late on to kill the game.
Garvagh and Aghadowey observed a minute’s silence before the game as they paid respect to Ivor McCloskey who passed away through the week.
Ivor had played for both clubs and his son ‘chip’ currently plays for Garvagh. Condolences to family and friends of Ivor.
Heights were beaten 3-1 by Maghera Strollers
Ballycastle 6 - 2 Bushmills
Glebe Rangers Reserves 2 -0 Dunaghy both goals coming from McVicker
Balnamore 5- 0 North Coast
Balnamore dominated the game from start to finish and picked up a well deserved three points.
North Coast were tormented by Balnamore’s attacking and possesion and were fortunate to keep the score line respectable.
Brian Mc Laughlin pulled off a clean sheet in goals, as a stand in. GoalScorers: Ryan Mooney (2) David McDowell, Paul Robinson, Darren Adair.
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