OLD BELVEDERE 34 DUNGANNON 5, Anglesea Road
Scorers: Old Belvedere: Tries: David Mongan 2, Leo Auva'a, Kevin Barden; Cons: Andy Dunne 4; Pens: Andy Dunne 2
Dungannon: Try: Stuart McKenzie
Former Connacht and Leinster out-half Andy Dunne was to the fore, guiding 'Belvo to another encouraging victory at Anglesea Road.
With Dunne pulling the strings, the hosts were always in control against a Dungannon side that won here last March - 6-5.
But this was a much more open game and Phil Werahiko's men were always in control, crossing for two tries during a lively first half.
Ten minutes in, the elusive David Mongan went over for his first of the afternoon, with Dunne adding the extras from a sweetly-struck conversion.
During a tight third quarter, Dunne tagged on a penalty before Dungannon enjoyed their best spell of the game, working number 8 Stuart McKenzie over for an unconverted try.
But 'Belvo responded with a Dunne penalty and managed to finish with a flourish, nabbing another try-scoring bonus point for their collection.
Three minutes from the end, former Ireland underage international Kevin Barden scored a try and deep into injury-time, Mongan scorched through for his second, with Dunne nailing both conversions.
OLD BELVEDERE: Conal Keane; Eddie Devitt, John Kennedy, Marcus McAllister, David Mongan; Andy Dunne (capt), Brian O'Neill; Dan Wyeth, Mark Cooney, Nermin Lovic, Paul Spivey, Alan Trenier, Jonathan Slattery, Jason Risdon, Leo Auva'a.
Replacements: Vinny Soden, Thomas Sexton, Dave Synnott, Kevin Barden, John Wright Harris.
DUNGANNON: John McGuckin; Craig Gilroy, Paul Magee (capt), Ethan Allen, Chris Cochrane; James Shiells, David Spence; Justin Fitzpatrick, Richard Carleton, Glen Sinneamon, Michael Rainey, Richard Holmes, Derek Hall, Ali Birch, Stuart McKenzie.
Replacements: Mark Farquhar, Rowan Halsall, Paul Heaney, Jason Bloomfield, Glen Telford.
Referee: John Lacey (IRFU)