Magic Johnson goal as St Pat's win Cup

St Patrick’s 3-0 St Malachy’s
Published Monday, 18 March 2013
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Our Lady and St Patrick's have retained the Belfast Senior Cup with a 3-0 win over St Malachy's in Monday's final at Solitude.

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After a scoreless first half Dominic Mooney opened the scoring for St Patrick's four minutes after the break when he scored from close range.

Michael Johnson, who had come on as a substitute, then scored with a free kick.

Johnson then sealed the win with a tremendous third goal that was fit to win any final, as he fired home a stunning shot from all of 35 yards.

That third goal ensured they defeated St Malachy's by the same scoreline as they had in the 2012 final.

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