McStravick brace wraps up success

The Mayor of Craigavon Councillor Colin McCusker was a special guest at Kernan Playing Fields recently during the Irish Football Association-organised Nutty Krust Holiday Camp. Also included are, from left, Grace McNally, Ken Duncan (IFA grassroots development officer), Tom Irvine and Colette Wilson (Irwin's Bakery marketing manager).
The Mayor of Craigavon Councillor Colin McCusker was a special guest at Kernan Playing Fields recently during the Irish Football Association-organised Nutty Krust Holiday Camp. Also included are, from left, Grace McNally, Ken Duncan (IFA grassroots development officer), Tom Irvine and Colette Wilson (Irwin's Bakery marketing manager).
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Dee McStravick’s double kicked off then closed the Silverwood United scoring in a weekend Mid-Ulster Shield success against Goodyear.

The first-round derby date opened with a McStravick finish then Shane Doran doubled the advantage.

Shane Russell converted off a tight angle and McStravick wrapped up the tie with a late fourth for Silverwood.

Aidan Lavery proved impressive between the Goodyear posts, with Neill Scullion and Ryan Loughran each strong along the backline.

Goodyear picked up a weekend win in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Four as Brendan Kerr’s players posted points for the first time this campaign.

Manny Smith and Conor Doran also looked sharp in midfield, with Aaron Creaney grabbing the only goal off good work by captain Dan Allison.

Additional chances arrived for Goodyear’s Steven Mulvenna and Conor Lamph before the final whistle confirmed a welcome win.

Results from the weekend Mid-Ulster Football League senior fixtures:

MID-ULSTER INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE SECTION A: Newry City AFC 5 AFC Craigavon 0.

MID-ULSTER INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE SECTION B: Hanover 1 Craigavon City 0; Valley Rangers 4 Lurgan Town 0.

MId-ULSTER SHIELD (ROUND ONE): Hill Street 3 Cleary Celtic 2.

MID-ULSTER LEAGUE DIVISION ONE: The Ambassadors 2 Lurgan Institute 0; Riverdale 0 Derryhirk United 1.

MID-ULSTER LEAGUE DIVISION TWO: Sandy Hill 4 Celtic Club (Lurgan No 1) 2.

MID-ULSTER LEAGUE DIVISION THREE: Knockmenagh Swifts 6 Lurgan United 2; Moira Albion 0 Castlecaulfield 4.