Hanover’s Harrison hits home four

FLASHBACK...Markethill Swifts. Back for, from left, Donald Whiteside, John Hooks, Alan Thompson, Clifford Marshall, Glenn Spence, Mark Rolston, Stephen Mason. Front row, from left, Sam Bingham, Derek McCammon, Kenny Porter, Mark Hutchinson, Adrian Henry, Sam Keys, Don Cartmill.
FLASHBACK...Markethill Swifts. Back for, from left, Donald Whiteside, John Hooks, Alan Thompson, Clifford Marshall, Glenn Spence, Mark Rolston, Stephen Mason. Front row, from left, Sam Bingham, Derek McCammon, Kenny Porter, Mark Hutchinson, Adrian Henry, Sam Keys, Don Cartmill.
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Wayne Harrison hit home four goals to send Hanover on the path to full points across Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division One.

Barney McDowell was the Markethill Swifts scorer in the hosts’ 4-1 defeat.

Tandragee Rovers’ road trip to take on AFC Craigavon resulted in a 6-0 success. Niall Fleming’s hat-trick secured the points on top of goals by Josh McIlwrath, Gareth Dillon and Andrew Simmons.

Rampant Richhill left Lurgan BBOB reeling in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Two with a 10-0 tally. Dougle-figure joy arrived thanks to seven goals across the opening half-hour spell as Richhill moved top.

Chris Lester and Johnny Allen handed Richhill the perfect start before William Crozier’s quickfire treble. A Jeff Richardson finish, own goal and Justin Cully effort put Richhill into half-time clear by 8-0 ahead of Allen’s close-range finish and a drive from distance by Nathan Hamilton.

A Peter Duke brace - plus goals by Gareth McAdam and Andrew Topley - left Bourneview Mill clear by 4-1 away to Lurgan Institute.

Seagoe extended the unbeaten run to four games with a 3-3 draw at Lurgan United. Adraino’s double and a finish from Adrian Mannagh helped Seagoe pick up a Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Three point.

Broomhill captain David Cassells set the standard with a Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Four hat-trick against Aghalee Village. Scott Farquhar and Craig Hewitt also grabbed goals in the 5-0 victory.

Gary Hunniford’s double and a Daniel Barton finish failed to reward Laurelvale as Lurgan Town claimed a 4-3 success in the Wilmor Johnston Memorial Cup.

Ballyoran’s derby delight in the O’Hara Cup arrived against The Ambassadors with a 5-3 triumph. James Donnelly’s brace alongside goals by Martin Litter, Jamie McCourt and Martin McCann left Ballyoran on top.

Stuart Guy, David Jameson, Jamie Taylor, Josh Gowing and an own goal left Portadown BBOB clear by 5-1 against Newmills.