Latest tables and results, November 3
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Round-up of action from Championship One & Two:
Limavady United have a new man at the helm and he's already made an impact.
When the call came, Brian Graham couldn't turn down the opportunity to help out Moira Albion.
In the only game played in the Intermediate division, Rathcoole FC had Carniny Amateurs as visitors to the Diamond and ran out 6-0 winners through Paul Waite (3), Glen McCord, Adam Richmond and Ross Blair.
Carrick Rangers have been forced to close their Taylor's Avenue ground. Severe storm damage destroyed the club's boiler, leaving the changing rooms with no hot water.
In the Carnbane (Newry and Mourne) Football League, Newry Celtic, following a series of defeats, bounced back in fine style on Saturday, when they defeated local rivals Ballybot United 3-1 in a keenly contested game played at Jennings Park
Defending Division 1 champions Enniskillen Town United played host to Dergview Reserves on Saturday afternoon and they experienced little difficulty in picking up the three points to send them back to the top of the table. Matt McAuley grabbed a brace and Frank Wallace and Stephen Clarke also found the net.
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.
In the DAWFL Premier Division, Greenwell Star, last season’s league winners, won 5-0 away to the 8th OB.
Ballymacash YM grabbed a late winner in a thrilling South Antrim League Premier Division game with Warren YM.
Dundela have extended their lead at the top of the Belfast Telegraph Championship One after an enthralling 3-2 win over Donegal Celtic.
This week’s Wag is Sarah Davis.
While most people probably think the first senior trophy of the season will be dished out on December 3, when Crusaders face Linfield in the County Antrim Shield final, that honour has already been won... by minnows Newbuildings United.
Injured Kilmore Rec player-manager Mark Holland admits his team’s 4-3 win over derby rivals Killyleagh YC on Saturday has him chomping at the bit to make a return to the first team in the near future.
St Patrick’s YM may have waved goodbye to their chances of winning this year’s Border Cup after a 6-4 quarter-final defeat against Albert Foundry, but it’s no wonder chairman Dave Rimes still wears a huge smile on his face.
Sean O'Neill knows Portadown represent a massive threat to Crusaders' title challenge but he's confident the Hatchetmen will still be dreaming of Gibson Cup glory at the business end of the season.
Fifa vice-president Jim Boyce has echoed calls for the Irish Football Association to stamp out sectarianism in local football.
Barry Gray is still confident his Warrenpoint Town side can weather more winter storms.
While Linfield's forward line of Matthew Tipton and Andrew Waterworth have been grabbing the headlines in recent weeks, manager David Jeffrey is keen to praise his side's defence.
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Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall praised his team's "clinical" performance in their Heineken Cup clash against Zebre in Italy.
Nick Easter believes Harlequins have "rediscovered" themselves after an emphatic 32-8 victory over Racing Metro.
Simon Easterby praised the Scarlets' fighting spirit but was left to rue Clermont Auvergne's bonus-point try in the Heineken Cup tie.
Northampton director of rugby Jim Mallinder was "embarrassed" by Saints' 40-7 Heineken Cup capitulation to Leinster at Franklin's Gardens.