Belfast Telegraph

Mid Ulster League round-up October 19

Dollingstown have moved within a point of Intermediate A leaders Ballymacash Rangers after a close 2-1 victory at Lower Maze.

Tandragee Rovers’ new manager Scott Walker got off to a winning start against AFC Craigavon courtesy of a 4-2 scoreline.

Newry City’s 4-0 win against Broomhedge kept them ahead of the pack in the B division. St Mary’s moved into second after a nice 2-0 win at Moneyslane. Lurgan Town and Laurelvale share the points after a 0-0 draw.

With many teams in Division 1 either in Junior Cup action or postponed, Riverdale took the opportunity to move up the table by winning 2-0 at Dungannon Rovers.

In Division 2, Portadown BBOB also took their opportunity to move up the table by beating Stranmillis 3-1.

Performance of the day goes to Lurgan United after their superb 3-1 win at Sandy Hill in Division 3, while White City moved into fourth after a 6-2 win at Moira Albion.

Goodyear and Knockmenagh Swifts keep their respective places in the top two in Division 4, but they must be looking over their shoulders, as CTA Athletic won for the third match in a row to claim third place.

In the cups, Fivemiletown United had a simple win at Keady Celtic to move into the last 16 of the Marshall Cup, while both Camlough Rovers and Banbridge Rangers claimed a semi-final spot in the Premier Cup, after disposing of Lisanally Rangers and Broomhill respectively.

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