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In pictures: Glentoran crowned SuperCupNI minor champions after victory over Dungannon Youth

Glentoran captain Lucas Miskimmin lifts the SuperCupNI minor trophy.
Glentoran captain Lucas Miskimmin lifts the SuperCupNI minor trophy.
PressEye-Northern Ireland- 2nd August 2019-Picture by Brian Little/PressEye Glentoran Jack McCosh celebrates scoring the opening goal against Dungannon United Youth in the STATSports SuperCupNI Minor Final , at Coleraine Showgrounds . Picture by Brian Little/PressEye
PressEye-Northern Ireland- 2nd August 2019-Picture by Brian Little/PressEye Glentoran Jack McCosh celebrates scoring the opening goal against Dungannon United Youth in the STATSports SuperCupNI Minor Final , at Coleraine Showgrounds . Picture by Brian Little/PressEye
PressEye-Northern Ireland- 2nd August 2019-Picture by Brian Little/PressEye Glentoran Jack McCosh celebrates scoring the opening goal against Dungannon United Youth in the STATSports SuperCupNI Minor Final , at Coleraine Showgrounds . Picture by Brian Little/PressEye
PressEye-Northern Ireland- 2nd August 2019-Picture by Brian Little/PressEye Glentoran Jack McCosh celebrates scoring the opening goal against Dungannon United Youth in the STATSports SuperCupNI Minor Final , at Coleraine Showgrounds . Picture by Brian Little/PressEye
PressEye-Northern Ireland- 2nd August 2019-Picture by Brian Little/PressEye Glentoran Jack McCosh scores the opening goal against Dungannon United Youth in the STATSports SuperCupNI Minor Final , at Coleraine Showgrounds . Picture by Brian Little/PressEye
PressEye-Northern Ireland- 2nd August 2019-Picture by Brian Little/PressEye Referee team for Glentoran and Dungannon United Youth in the STATSports SuperCupNI Minor Final , at Coleraine Showgrounds . Picture by Brian Little/PressEye
PressEye-Northern Ireland- 2nd August 2019-Picture by Brian Little/PressEye Glentoran Jay Dalzell player of the final in the STATSports SuperCupNI Minor Final , at Coleraine Showgrounds . Picture by Brian Little/PressEye
PressEye-Northern Ireland- 2nd August 2019-Picture by Brian Little/PressEye Glentoran captain Lucas Miskimmin lifts the cup after defeating Dungannon United Youth in the STATSports SuperCupNI Minor Final , at Coleraine Showgrounds . Picture by Brian Little/PressEye
PressEye-Northern Ireland- 2nd August 2019-Picture by Brian Little/PressEye Glentoran captain Lucas Miskimmin lifts the cup after defeating Dungannon United Youth in the STATSports SuperCupNI Minor Final , at Coleraine Showgrounds . Picture by Brian Little/PressEye
PressEye-Northern Ireland- 2nd August 2019-Picture by Brian Little/PressEye Glentoran captain Lucas Miskimmin lifts the cup after defeating Dungannon United Youth in the STATSports SuperCupNI Minor Final , at Coleraine Showgrounds . Picture by Brian Little/PressEye
PressEye-Northern Ireland- 2nd August 2019-Picture by Brian Little/PressEye Glentoran captain Lucas Miskimmin lifts the cup after defeating Dungannon United Youth in the STATSports SuperCupNI Minor Final , at Coleraine Showgrounds . Picture by Brian Little/PressEye
PressEye-Northern Ireland- 2nd August 2019-Picture by Brian Little/PressEye Glentoran wining team walk through a guard of honour by Dungannon United Youth in the STATSports SuperCupNI Minor Final , at Coleraine Showgrounds . Picture by Brian Little/PressEye

Glentoran are the SuperCupNI minor champions after sealing a 2-0 victory over Dungannon Youth in the final at the Coleraine Showgrounds.

Jack McCosh and Jay Dalzell grabbed the goals either side of the break.

McCosh smashed the opened in off the underside of the crossbar after doing well to work space on the edge of the box and then Dalzell chipped the Dungannon goalkeeper to complete the victory.

Dungannon ended the game with 10 men as Kyle Watterson was shown a straight red card for bringing down Jude Johnson, who had netted the only goal in Thursday's semi-final success over Finn Harps.

The Glens had to bounce back from a 2-1 opening day defeat to Bertie Peacock Youths, seeing off Global Premier Soccer and Coleraine to set up that semi against Harps.

United had conceded only once on their route to the final, shutting out Ballinamallard, Beijing and Warrenpoint in their perfect group campaign before drawing 1-1 with Ballymena United in the semi-final, going through 9-8 on penalties.

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