Cliftonville Olympic made it back to back George Wilson Cup successes with a 4-2 Extra-Time victory over Ballyclare Comrades Under 20s at Seaview on Saturday. Joseph Tully broke the deadlock for the dominant Reds a minute past the half-hour mark, but Ballyclare turned the game on its head with a quick fire double before the break as Scott Gault and Michael Haskins struck to make it 2-1. Within six minutes of the restart, Declan O'Hara's side were back on terms through Lucas Galashan though they couldn’t find a winner inside of 90 minutes and Extra-Time was required. Cliftonville duly made their pressure pay as Dylan Whiteway pounced to make it 3-2 and Daniel Reynolds put the game to bed in the second period to cap a Man of the Match display. The Reds had the better of the opening exchanges; Cillin Gilmour dragging an early effort wide of Ross McKnight’s goal, while chances also fell to Tully - who curled his free-kick over the bar - and Jack Mallin, who forced McKnight to backpedal to deal with his lofted effort. On 31 minutes, Cliftonville made the breakthrough that their attacking play had merited when Tully got on the end of a high ball forward and flicked it over the advancing McKnight and into the net. Galashan almost made it two following a partially cleared corner, however it was Ballyclare who were to level the game on 41 minutes when a short throw in picked out Gault, whose shot deceived Declan Dunne in the wind and in off the crossbar to make it 1-1. Then, in first-half injury-time, Gault was the provider for the Comrades' second as his cut back fell for Haskins and, though Dunne got a touch to turn the strike against the bar, the linesman flagged to signal that the ball had crashed down across the line. The Olympic started the second period brightly as Gary Donnelly linked up with Nathan Watters, who was denied by McKnight, and the Comrades goalkeeper had to show quick reactions to turn behind Gilmour’s dangerous cross a minute later. Soon, though, the Reds' equaliser arrived as Donnelly’s corner was half cleared and Galashan rifled home to make it 2-2. Cliftonville upped the ante in search of the winner; Reynolds meeting Tully’s cross only for McKnight to gather before Adam McCart's last-gasp clearance denied Tilly. Haskins had the Comrades' only second-half attempt from a free-kick which Dunne held onto as the Cup Final headed into Extra-Time Jack Mallin was the first to threaten for the Olympic but McKnight dealt with his effort before the Reds poked their noses in front once again when Donnelly’s corner fell to the back post, where Whiteway was waiting to turn the ball home. Five minutes after the interval, Cliftonville made the game safe as Reynolds did superbly to hold the ball up and make space for the shot which was turned against the crossbar by McKnight. Tully rushed in to make sure the ball had crossed the line, though Reynolds would later be credited with the strike to make it 4-2. Further chances fell to Donnelly, who was denied by the foot of McKnight, and Tully, whose free-kick crashed back off the crossbar, but in the end O'Hara's men saw the game out to make it successive George Wilson Cup triumphs. Cliftonville Olympic:Dunne, Watters, Galashan, Whiteway, A Donnelly, Lawlor, G Donnelly, Mallin, Gilmour, Tully, Reynolds. Subs: Shannon (for Gilmour, 100 mins), McAdory (for Reynolds, 112 mins), Brien (for Tully, 117 mins).