Milk Cup 2015: Liverpool Juniors held but Rangers win again

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Milk Cup: Highlights from Tuesday games

A late goal from Kevin Berrios for American side GPS FC Bayern denied Liverpool victory in Tuesday's Milk Cup Junior Section game at Coleraine.

Glen McCauley gave Liverpool the lead with a backheel flick in the first half, his third goal of the tournament.

Rangers beat County Fermanagh 4-1 at the Showgrounds, with the help of a Zac Rudden hat-trick, to make it two wins out of two for the Glasgow side.

Co Londonderry are one of four Premier sides who have won both their matches.

They followed up their 3-1 triumph over Lusaka Academy on Monday, with a 3-2 success over Co Fermanagh on Tuesday.

Zac Rudden scores one of his three goals against County Fermanagh at Ballymena Showgrounds
Zac Rudden scores one of his three goals against County Fermanagh at Ballymena Showgrounds

Ghana outfit Right to Dream maintained their 100% record in the Under-17 section by defeating Newcastle United 3-1 at Ballymena Showgrounds.

Chile team O'Higgins and CSKA Moscow are the other sides who go into Wednesday's fixtures with two successes under their belt and in pole position for semi-final places.

Having scored the only goal against Sheffield United on Monday evening, Rudden continued his fine scoring form by netting the opener against Co Fermanagh with a close range volley from a tight angle.

Callum Jones levelled for the Ernemen from the penalty spot but Rudden restored his side's advantage with a spectacular volley from inside the box.

Adedapo Awokoya-Mebude added the third and then Rudden completed his hat-trick from inside the area.

Glen McCauley celebrates after scoring Liverpool's goal against GPS FC Bayern
Glen McCauley celebrates after scoring Liverpool's goal against GPS FC Bayern

Right to Dream were the day's top scorers in the Under-15 Junior ranks as they made it 13 goals in two games by seeing off Swindon Town 8-1 at Broughshane.

The other sides to emerge from the opening fixtures with two wins are County Antrim, Sydney Utd, Plymouth Argyle and Southampton.

County Antrim beat Zacatepec of Mexico 3-0 in Ballymoney, the same scoreline by which they accounted for North Dublin SL on Monday.

Southampton went a goal down to Co Londonderry when Jordan McEneff nodded in from a long throw-in at Anderson Park in Coleraine.

Strikes from Harlem Hale and Will Smallbone proved enough for the Saints to secure victory however.

Tuesday 28 July - Dale Farm Milk Cup Junior Section Results

Co Antrim 3-0 Zacatepec

Brentford 1-0 Strikers

Co Down 0-1 Donegal SL

Sydney Utd 1-0 AS Roma-USA

Right to Dream 8-1 Swindon Town

Sheffield Utd 1-1 Dundalk SL

Plymouth Argyle 2-1 Colina

North Dublin SL 3-1 OC Blues

Southampton 2-1 Co Londonderry

Co Tyrone 2-1 Co Armagh

Co Fermanagh 1-4 Rangers

Liverpool 1-1 GPS FC Bayern

Action as Ghana side Right to Dream beat Swindon Town 8-1 in the Junior Section
Action as Ghana side Right to Dream beat Swindon Town 8-1 in the Junior Section

Tuesday 28 July - Dale Farm Milk Cup Premier Section Results

CSKA Moscow 1-0 Lusaka Academy

Vendee 1-4 Club America

O'Higgins 3-1 OC Blues

Co Tyrone 0-2 Co Antrim

Higashi Fukuoka 0-4 Strikers

Co Down 0-2 Motherwell

Co Armagh 2-1 Alset Colombia

Otago Academy 0-0 Real Sociedad

Co Londonderry 3-2 Co Fermanagh

Partick Thistle 0-5 Malaga CF

Newcastle Utd 1-3 Right to Dream

County Antrim Juniors beat Zacatepec 3-0 in their second match on Tuesday
County Antrim Juniors beat Zacatepec 3-0 in their second match on Tuesday

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