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Mid Ulster round-up December 8

The Intermediate A Division is the place to come if goals are what you want to see.

Saturday's six matches provided a remarkable 32 scoring efforts with the Lower Maze v Lisanally Rangers supplying 10 of them in a 5-5 draw.

Tandragee Rovers lead the table after they beat Ballymacash 4-2 with Lower Maze clinging on to second place.

Fivemiletown United moved quietly into third spot after dispatching struggling Seapatrick 7-2.

There were points for other teams near the bottom of the table as AFC Craigavon drew with Camlough Rovers and Markethill Swifts picked up a point at Crewe United.

In the B Division, Valley Rangers scored 12 without reply at Banbridge AFC to move within a point of leaders Newry City, who were involved in Cup action. St Marys take third place after a hard-earned 2-1 win at home to Hanover.

In the only Division 1 match to take place, Ballyoran earned their first league points of the season as they went to Dungannon Rovers and won 4-0.

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Armagh Celtic eased their Division 2 relegation concerns with a 4-1 win over Craigavon City, while the only match in Division 3 saw a win for Mowhan United at Armagh Blues.

Damolly caused the week's upset in Division 4 as they dispatched leaders Goodyear 6-0. This allowed second placed Union Lusa to close the gap to a single point as they overcame Lurgan Thistle 5-3. Knockmenagh Swifts remain in third after a close win at Hillsborough Boys.

Dollingstown began their defence of the Marshall Cup against Tullyvallen. The Division 2 side scored twice at Planters Park but found the holders in irresistible form as they were hit for 10 in reply.

No surprises in the Alexandra Cup as Hill Street, Derryhirk United, Coalisland Athletic and Silverwood United all booked places in Round Two.

Foster Cup holders Lurgan BBOB, however, fell at the first hurdle losing by the narrowest of margins at Glenavy. Defeat also for last season's Beckett Cup Finalists, Rectory Rangers, who were beaten convincingly by this season's surprise Division 3 side White City.