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Mid Ulster League round-up November 2

There were goals galore in the Intermediate A with 35 spread around the five matches. Lower Maze led the way as they scored eight without reply at Markethill. Close on their heels were the improving Tandragee Rovers, as they stunned Crewe United with seven of the best including a 15 minute hat-trick from substitute Willie Duke.

Seapatrick's home match with Fivemiletown United also witnessed seven goals, where the visitors claimed all three points by winning 4-3. Despite this, it's still Ballymacash Rangers who lead the way after they beat Broomhill 2-0.

Moneyslane were also on the goal-trail in the B Division, as they hit eight at Banbridge AFC, but Newry City AFC still head the Division after a more conventional 2-0 win at home to Oxford Sunnyside. Broomhedge won 3-1 at Richhill.

Derryhirk United won 2-0 at Ambassadors to move into fourth place in Division 1, while in Division 2, leaders Donaghmore won 4-1 at Stranmillis and Glenavy scored five without reply at Portadown BBOB to move into third spot.

In Division 3, White City and Lurgan United shared the points in a 2-2 draw, while Mowhan United beat Moira Albion 4-1. There were only three matches in Division 4, but the six competing teams managed 25 goals between them. Newmills won 7-5 against Lurgan Thistle as Union Lusa ran out 9-2 victors against Aghalee Village. Hillsborough Boys and Castlecaulfield drew 1-1 in a more sedate affair.

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