Super Cup NI: Tuesday round-up
County Down remain unbeaten in the Premier Section of Super Cup NI after earning a 3-2 win over Japanese outfit Ichifuna on Tuesday.
Newcastle United, who drew with County Down on Monday, hit a late winner to beat Chileans Desportes Iquique 1-0.
Club America, Right to Dream, Edmonton and B Italia all clinched their second straight wins in the Premier Section.
In the Junior Section, Manchester United recovered from their defeat by Co Londonderry to beat Rangers 1-0.
The United team includes Charlie Savage, the son of former Welsh international and BBC Radio 5 Live football pundit Robbie Savage.
Southampton are the only side in the Junior Section to have won both their opening games.
The Saints followed up their 4-0 hammering of County Tyrone on Monday by beating Strikers 3-1 on Tuesday.
The County teams from Antrim, Down and Armagh are all still in contention having earned one win and a draw in their opening two games.
County Down drew 0-0 with Dublin club Cherry Orchard on Tuesday with Antrim beating County Fermanagh 3-0 and Armagh holding Dundalk Schoolboys League to a 1-1 scoreline.
In the Junior Section, Mexican outfit Club America defeated Scottish club Patrick Thistle 2-0 with Right to Dream overcoming County Tyrone 3-0, Edmonton edging out County Londonderry 2-1 and B Italia hammering First Choice Soccer 5-0.
County Armagh regrouped from their narrow defeat by the Italians on Monday to hammer New Zealand club Otago 4-0.
In the Minor Section, Linfield edged a 1-0 win over Glenavon in the battle of the Irish Premiership clubs.
Ballinamallard United, meanwhile, earned a crushing 11-0 win over Indian club Reeds FC.
Click here for all the results from Tuesday's games at the Super Cup NI.
The BBC Sport NI website will have live coverage of seven more games during the tournament.