Loughgall Youth under 17s came out on top over Cookstown thanks to a 6-4 success across the National League.
Cookstown kicked off the scoring but Loughgall Youth managed to regroup and level thanks to Stevie Monaghan’s pass and a Ryan Leeman finish.
A quickfire double by Stevie Monaghan moved Loughgall Youth into a commanding position - the first off Jamie McAtamney’s corner-kick before capitalising on an error.
McAtamney produced another teasing corner-kick delivery, with Michael Rafferty on hand to convert.
Michee Allen’s cross was then turned home by Owen Byrne and goalkeeper Daniel Acheson produced a smart stop.
Rytan Mulholland provided an assist for Adam Palmer to convert Loughgall Youth’s final goal.
LOUGHGALL YOUTH: Daniel Acheson, Kris Calvert, Ryan Mulholland, Jason Ellison, Matt Telford, Michael Rafferty, Jamie McAtamney, Stevie Monaghan, Owen Byrne, Michee Allen, Adam Morrow, Adam Palmer, Ryan Leeman.
Loughgall Youth under 15s finished down by 6-2 to Warrenpoint Town across the National League.
A defensive error handed Warrenpoint control before the Loughgall Youth response featured strong work along the right by captain Johnny Ewart.
Scott McCann tested the Warrenpoint goalkeeper with a crisp drive as Sam Smyth proved a threat in a role off the frontline.
Loughgall Youth pressure produced an equaliser late in the half thanks to Ryan Faulkner’s finish off a McCann corner-kick.
However, Warrenpoint managed to regain control after the break with a slick counter-attack.
Three goals inside eight minutes left the match beyond Loughghall Youth.
Josh Woods cut the gap before the hour mark with a long-range free-kick but the final goal arrived for Warrenpoint.
LOUGHGALL YOUTH: Daniel Acheson, Aaron Haire, Bobby Robinson, Ryan Faulkner, Tyrek Thompson, Johnny Ewart, Josh Woods, Scott McCann, Sam Smyth, Ryan Irvine, Ryan Carmichael, Johnny McCammond.
Loughgall Youth under 13s enjoyed an emphatic success against Glenavy during Saturday’s Lisburn League match.
The 10-1 victory was sparked by Adam Neill’s fine strike from distance.
Chris Lindsay increased the advantage to 3-0 - with Neill then on target following a fine team move involving Sam Kerr, Chris Lindsay and Stuart Emerson.
Ben Gibbons grabbed a first goal in Loughgall Youth colours, thanks to good work by Neill and Lindsay.
Kerr increased his tally with a brace either side of Lindsay’s finish.
Neill pushed the Loughgall Youth scoreboard to nine before Bobby McKinney wrapped up the scoring.
LOUGHGALL YOUTH: Jamie Berry, Andrew Bond, James Ballantine, Jamie Marsh, Bobby McKinney, Ben Gibbons, Adam Neill, Peter Spence, Stuart Emerson, Chris Lindsay, Sam Kerr, Jacob Richardson.