Belfast Telegraph

Mid Ulster League round-up November 23

Dollingstown have retaken the lead of the Intermediate A Division and also made it seven from seven, as last week's leaders Lower Maze conceded an avalanche of goals.

Tandragee Rovers made it back-to-back wins and have now scored 15 goals without reply in their last two league matches to take over third place. Bottom of the table Markethill Swifts also lost heavily at Banbridge Rangers while Seapatrick gained a valuable point at Crewe United.

Newry City took a massive step at the top of the B Division as they beat rivals Hanover 2-0, but Valley Rangers beat Seagoe 8-0 to keep up the pressure.

Hill Street put paid to Derryhirk's recent revival in style as they thumped them for seven to open up a nine-point lead at the top of Division 1. Gilford Crusaders secured a vital three points at home to Dungannon Rovers.

Lurgan BBOB moved into third spot in Division 2 after securing a 5-3 win at home to Keady Celtic.

Division 3 leaders Rectory Rangers were also amongst the goals away to Moira Albion while Lurgan United got their challenge back on track after beating Armagh Blues 4-2.

Division 4 leaders Goodyear had a comprehensive win at home to The Dons, while the Division's leading scorers Union Lusa and Newmills met with the Portadown team winning 4-3 to take second place. In third are Knockmenagh Swifts, who narrowly defeated CTA Athletic.

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