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Mid Ulster League round-up

Seven Mid Ulster League teams will take their place in round 2 of the Irish Cup following Saturday’s ties.

Shock of the round was at Tarsan Lane in Portadown, where a drama has turned into a full blown crisis for Tandragee Rovers and they exited the competition at the first hurdle after they were humiliated 3-0 by B Division Seagoe.

No such problems for Banbridge Rangers as they crushed Dromore Amateurs, but it was a close call for Camlough Rovers as they edged out Magherafelt Sky Blues 3-2. Dollingstown conceded three at Crewe United but scored five to ease through and elsewhere there weregood away wins for Newry City and Richhill.

In the league, AFC Craigavon beat Markethill 4-3 and in the B Division, Dungannon Tigers ended Hanover’s 100% record after a 3-1 win.

In the junior section, Silverwood United got back to winning ways as they hammered eight goals past Lurgan Institute whilst champions Coalisland Athletic had a good win at Ballyoran.

Celtic Club lead the way in Division 2 after a good 5-1 win against Portadown BBOB, while Donaghmore and Keady Celtic keep up the pressure after they both won.

Rectory Rangers are at the top of the Division 3 table with maximum points from their three matches and after a bad loss last week, The Dons took an excellent point from their Division4 match against Knockmenagh Swifts.


Goodyear lead the way in Division 4, with 10 points from their first four matches.

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