Hanover flying high at final whistle

FLASHBACK. Portadown BBOB. Back row, from left, John Milligan, Glenn Lappin, Colin Blakely, Darren Clarke, Kym Traynor, Robert Love. Front row, from left, are Malcolm Love, Neil Robinson, Ian Love, Chirs Guiney, Uel Woolsey, Wayne Robb.
FLASHBACK. Portadown BBOB. Back row, from left, John Milligan, Glenn Lappin, Colin Blakely, Darren Clarke, Kym Traynor, Robert Love. Front row, from left, are Malcolm Love, Neil Robinson, Ian Love, Chirs Guiney, Uel Woolsey, Wayne Robb.

James Sergeant, Aaron Kidd, Wayne Stewart and Ryan Lawson each grabbed goals as Hanover defeated Craigavon City by 4-0 in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division One.

David Whitten found the net in Tandragee Rovers’ 1-1 draw with AFC Craigavon.

Peter Duke scored in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Two during defeat for Bourneview Mill by 3-1 away to Lurgan Town.

Markethill Swifts took the lead thanks to Steven Cully before Lee Wortley’s equaliser for Richhill in a 1-1 draw.

Laurelvale had Paul Creaney, Gary Hunniford and William Dodds on the scoresheet in a 3-2 defeat of Red Star.

Ballyoran brushed past Damolly in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Three with a 6-0 success.

Goals arrived for captain Pierce McDonald before first-half efforts from Tam McCooe and James Donnelly.

McCooe and Eoin Reynolds scored in the second half before an own goal.

Mark Richardson found the net in a 1-1 draw for Rectory Rangers away to Tullyvallen across Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Three.

Aaron Black and David Cassells each claimed hat-tricks as Broomhill defeated Armagh Blues by 9-2.

David Taylor, Mark Gough and Robbie Murray were the other scorers in Mid-Ulster League Division Four - with the latter goal a superb solo run from deep.

Jose Tavares scored in St Mary’s single-goal Mid-Ulster League Cup success at the expense of Derryhirk United.

Andrew Johnston, Alan Ritchie and David Irwin each scored for Portadown BBOB in a 4-3 O’Hara Cup defeat by Moneyslane.

Michael Irwin scored two goals - with Philip Martin, Aaron Lavery and Dan Bell the other scorers - as The Ambassadors proved too strong for Gilford Crusaders by 5-2.