Belfast Telegraph

Mid Ulster round-up September 28

Lower Maze crushed Seapatrick 6-0 to move into second place in the Intermediate A behind Dollingstown.

Ballymacash Rangers won 2-1 at Crewe United to stay in third place.

In the B section, Valley Rangers took over the lead after thumping Broomhedge 8-1, while Newry City added some spice to next Friday's meeting with Valley after a convincing 5-2 win at Dungannon Tigers. Tigers are now third followed by St Mary’s who won at Richhill.

Silverwood United won 3-0 against Dungannon Rovers to maintain their lead at the top of Division 1.

Ambassadors moved into second after a convincing 5-0 win at Gilford Crusaders, while Hill Street are third on goal difference after a bruising 2-1 victory over Coalisland Athletic.

A 1-0 win at Keady Celtic was good enough to keep Donaghmore at the top of Division 2, while second-placed Celtic Club won 4-2 at Glenavy.

Lurgan BBOB are third after beating Tullyvallen.

Rectory Rangers maintained their 100% record with a narrow 3-2 win at White City, while Cookstown Celtic move into second after a 5-0 win at Donacloney.

The top teams in Division 4 were not in league action.

That allowed Newmills, Lurgan Thistle and Union Lusa, all of whom collected three points, to move into challenging positions behind the leaders.

Bourneview eased into the last 16 of the Marshall Cup with a good win over Markethill Swifts.

In the Premier Cup, Banbridge Rangers and Camlough Rovers had close ties before moving into round two.

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