Mid Ulster Football League round-up, September 27
Camlough Rovers maintained their impressive start to the season and lead the Intermediate A table after their 4-1 win at Banbridge Rangers.
Lower Maze took third place after they won at Seapatrick. Oxford Sunnyside picked up their first B Division point of the season after a 1-1 draw at Moneyslane, but despite that setback, the home team lead the way from Hanover, Markethill Swifts and Tullyvallen. Broomhedge also gained their first points on the season with a close 4-3 win at home to Bourneview.
Many of the league’ s junior sides were involved in the Mid Ulster Shield but there were Division 1 wins for Ambassadors, Derryhirk United and Coalisland Athletic.
Cookstown Celtic and Sandy Hill both kept their 100% starts to the season with respective home wins against Lurgan BBOB and Celtic Club (LN1). The other newly promoted club, Rectory Rangers are in third after a local derby win over Portadown BBOB.
Knockmenagh Swifts lead Division 3 after crushing Lurgan United, and Castlecaulfield moved into second place after a comprehensive win at Moira Albion.
Caledon Rovers won at home to Lurgan Thistle, and lead the Division 4 table. Their 100% record will be tested all the way next week when they visit second-placed Orchard City who eased into the semi-final of the Gerald Kennedy Cup after they outclassed Killeavey United from the Carnbane League in Saturday’s second round tie.
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