Co. Tyrone 0, Sporting Club, Lisbon 1; Belvedere 1, Otago Youth Soccer; Shamrock Rovers 2, Jomo Cosmos 2; Hearts 2, Monarcas Morelia 0; Co. Down 0, Preston North End 2; Co. Fermanagh 4, Sheffield Utd 3; Co. Armagh 2, AIK Stockholm 0; Co. Antrim 0, Crewe Alexandra 2; Cherry Orchard 0, Funabashi HS 2; Sligo Leitrim 1, Tuks Academy 3; Shelbourne 0, Japan 3; Co. Londonderry 0, Manchester Utd 1
Sporting Club Lisbon 0, Belvedere 1; Co. Armagh 2, Funabashi 3; Co. Tyrone 4, Monarcus Morelia 0; Co. Down 0. Otago Youth Soccer 2; AIK Stockholm 0, Sligo Leitrim 1; Preston North End 5, Shamrock Rovers 0; Sheffield Utd 1, Cherry Orchard 1; Crewe Alexandra 1, Shelbourne 1; Co. Fermanagh 1, Japan 2; Co. Derry 0, Jomo Cosmos 1; Manchester Utd 0, Hearts 1; Co. Antrim 3, Tuks Academy 1
Dunluce Trophy quarter-finals
Shelbourne 1, Monarcus Morelia 0
Shamrock Rovers 3, AIK Stockholm 1
Cherry Orchard 1, Co. Down 3
Sheffield Utd 3, Co. Londonderry 0.
BT Trophy quarter-finals
Co. Antrim 2, Co. Armagh 1
Sporting Lisbon 0, Manchester United 1
Tuks Academy 3, Co. Fermanagh 1
Co. Tyrone 1, Sligo-Leitrim 1.
Milk Cup quarter-finals
Hearts 3, Otago 1
Preston NE 0, Funabashi 0 (Funabashi won 5-4 on pens)
Belvedere 1, Jomo Cosmos 1 (Belvedere won 4-1 on pens)
Crewe 0, Japan 0 (Crewe won 6-5 on pens)
Dunluce Trophy 5th – 8th play-offs
Monarcus Morelia 5, AIK Stockholm 0
Cherry Orchard 2, Co. Londonderry 0
Shelbourne 1, Shamrock Rovers 1 (Shels won 5-4 on pens)
Co. Down 0, Sheffield Utd 1
BT Trophy 5th – 8th play-offs
Co. Armagh 0, Sporting Lisbon 1
Co. Fermanagh 3, Co. Tyrone 3 (Co. Tyrone won 6-5 on pens)
Co. Antrim 0, Manchester Utd 2; Tuks Academy 2, Sligo Leitrim 0.
Milk Cup 5th – 8th play-offs
Jomo Cosmos 2, Preston NE 1
Otago 0, Japan 1
Belvedere 3, Funabashi 0
Hearts 2, Crewe Alexandra 0.
7th/8th play-off: AIK Stockholm 2-3 Co. Londonderry (Roemill 2)
5th/6th: Monarcus Morelia 0-2 Cherry Orchard (UUC 2)
3rd/4th: Shelbourne 0-2 Co. Down (Parker Avenue, Portrush)
Dunluce Trophy Final
Shamrock Rovers 0-6 Sheffield Utd (Roemill 1)
7th/8th play-off:Co. Armagh 4-0 Co. Fermanagh (Roemill1)
5th/6th: Sporting Lisbon 0-0 Co. Tyrone (Castlerock) Sporting won 3-2 pens;
3rd/4th: Co. Antrim 4-1 Sligo Leitrim (Anderson Park, Coleraine)
BT Trophy Final
Manchester Utd 5-0 Tuks Academy (Ballymena Showgrounds)
NI Milk Cup
(1.00) 7th/8th: Preston NE 1-0 Otago (Rugby Avenue, Coleraine); 5th/6th: Jomo Cosmos 0-3 Japan (UUC 1); 3rd/4th: Funabashi 1-1 Crewe Alexandra (Rugby Club, Coleraine) Crewe won 4-2;
NI Milk Cup Final
Belvedere 1-3 Hearts
Happy Hearts collected their second Milk Cup crown, beating Irish side Belvedere in the Premier final at Coleraine Showgrounds.
It has been ten years since the Scottish club last secured the title but they were in irresistible form, bouncing back from a goal down to land the big prize.
It was a massive blow for the Dublin side and coach John Moore who fervently believed his team was good enough to go all the way.
The southern side certainly looked capable in the opening stages, starting with real promise and Derek Swan attempted an audacious lob over the head of keeper Milan Barjaktarovie after eight minutes.
Swan had the Hearts defence in a flap three minutes later with the opening goal. Conor Lenihan provided the cross from the left and Swan took to flight, sending a header across the goal to the far post where keeper Barjaktarovie scooped the ball away but it had already crossed the line.
Swan was flying high in those early moments, cutting into the edge of the box and drilling in a shot which the keeper tipped away for a corner.
Hearts finally mounted a response and Callum Elliot burst through after 23 minutes. He appeared to be hauled down in the box by Barjaktarovie but no penalty was awarded. The ball broke to Andrew Driver who curled a right foot shot just past the post.
But the “Jam Tarts” started their roll just before half-time. Driver steered over an inswinging corner which came back off the bar. Elliot nipped in behind the defence at the back post to equalise with a looping header.
That injected new life into Hearts and within four minutes of the second half Dennis McLaughlin ran from halfway to the edge of the box before cracking a fine shot past keeper Shane Roche.
Neill Hooks then proceeded to set up an opportunity for Sean Mackle who steered the ball wide of the advancing keeper and the wrong side of an upright.
However, with 52 minutes gone Elliot grabbed his second. Driver supplied the cross and the striker knew exactly where he was placing his finish.
Belvedere almost pulled one back but Oliver Antonio cleared his line and when Swan managed to work his way into the box he fired his shot straight at the keeper.
Defender Jason Thompson, who had an outstanding tournament for the Scots, denied Scot Weir with a clearance in front of goal and Swan failed in his attempt to collect the rebound.
Elliot, who also shared the player of the tournament accolade, picked up the man of the match award.
Before the game a crowd of 4,000 impeccably observed a minute’s silence in memory of soccer legend and Milk Cup committee member Bertie Peacock who died on Thursday.
Manchester United, beaten by Hearts in the quarter-finals, salvaged their week by winning the BT Trophy with a convincing 5-0 victory over South Africa’s Tuks Academy. Sheffield United landed the Dunluce Trophy with a 6-0 success against Shamrock Rovers