Belfast Telegraph

Mid Ulster League round-up November 9

Camlough Rovers beat Intermediate A leaders Ballymacash Rangers 4-2 to maintain their unbeaten league record. Dollingstown made it six from six as they won 3-1 at home to Seapatrick.

Fivemiletown United won 4-3 for the second week in a row as they surprised Lower Maze in Lisburn.

In the B section, St Mary’s kept up the pressure on the leaders Newry City with a 2-0 win over Valley Rangers and there were important wins also for Dungannon Tigers, Moneyslane and Hanover.

In Division 1, Coalisland Athletic regained form by crushing Lurgan Institute 5-1, while Derryhirk United's improvement continued, as they beat Riverdale 3-1.

Celtic Club missed the opportunity to close the gap on the Division 2 leaders Donaghmore as they were held to 3-3 draw by Lurgan BBOB. Glenavy and Red Star both won to take third and fourth places.

In Division 3, leaders Rectory Rangers had a good win at home to Glenanne United, while both White City and Sandy Hill both won to keep up the pressure. Cookstown Celtic were held to a 1-1 draw by the improving Mowhan United.

Goodyear maintained their lead in Division 4 after a narrow win at Castlecaulfield. Union Lusa moved into third spot after thumping Aghalee Village.

While Hill Street moved smoothly into the fourth round of the Marshall Cup by thrashing Armagh Blues 11-2, Tandragee Rovers’ season took a turn for the worse as they were dumped out at the same stage of the competition by Lisanally Rangers, who won 2-1 at Madden Road.

The John Magee Memorial Trophy got under way, with Damolly surprising Knockmenagh Swifts by beating them 4-1 to progress into the second round.

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