Mid Ulster League round-up October 26
Only 15 fixtures took place because of the weather throughout the league and the solitary Intermediate game saw Laurelvale move into fourth place in the B division after a 3-1 win at Banbridge AFC.
Hill Street increased their lead at the top of Division 1 to five points after a narrow 2-1 win at Dungannon Rovers. In Division 2, Glenavy moved up the table by beating Craigavon City, but the other match in this division, between Stranmillis and Tullygally, had to be called off with the Lisburn side holding a 4-1 advantage.
Sandy Hill moved back into contention in Division 3 by beating Moira Albion 5-3, while Division 4's solitary match saw The Dons hammer Aghalee Village.
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