Dollingstown are Bob Radcliffe Cup winners for the first time in the club’s history, following their Boxing Day FinalÂ win over Coagh Utd by 5 goals to 1.Â Centre-forward Aaron Duke, with a hat-trick,Â deservedly claimed the Man-of-the-Match award.
This years’ Radcliffe Cup Final will be contested between Dollingstown and Coagh Utd, after both clubs came through difficult semi-finals against Rathfriland Rangers and Newry City AFC respectively.
Final to be played on Monday 26th December, 11.00am k.o. at Lakeview Park, Loughgall.
Armagh City join Warrenpoint Town in the Mid-Ulster Cup Final, followingÂ their 2-1 victory over Loughgall in the 2nd semi-final at Holm Park, last night.
Final is scheduled for the Tuesday 24th January 2017.
Warrenpoint Town progressed to the final of this seasons’ Mid-Ulster Cup after they defeated Glenavon 3-1 in Tuesday’s first semi-final at Mourneview Park.
Mid-Ulster Shield holders Ballyoran progressed to the 4th round of this season’s competition by defeating Rectory Rangers 5-1 on Saturday 12th November.
Next up for Ballyoran, on Saturday 10th December, will be neighbours St. Mary’s YC Res at the Peoples Park, Portadown. K.O. 1.30pm.
HoldersÂ Dungannon Swifts (last 4 seasons)Â lost their grip on the Mid-UlsterÂ Cup last night when they were comprehensively beatenÂ in the quarter-finalsÂ 5-0 by Glenavon.Â You have to go back to season 2011/12Â to find theÂ last time the ‘SwiftsÂ lost a Mid-Ulster Cup tie.
Armagh City, Loughgall and Warrenpoint Town joinÂ Glenavon in the semi-final draw, which will take place next week.
Ties to beÂ playedÂ onÂ Tuesday 29th & Wednesday 30th November.
Hill St. and Rectory Rangers meet in the final of the Gerald Kennedy Cup Final on FridayÂ 7th October 2016 at the Annagh, Portadown.Â K.O. 7.30pm.
HILL STREETÂ retain Gerald Kennedy Cup after beating RECTORY RANGERS 3-1 in last night’s final.