McCammon’s derby double delight

FLASHBACK. Rectory Rangers. Back row, from left, are Simon Kelly, Dessie Brown, Mark McMurdie, Jeff Kerr, Colin Jennett, Paul McCullough, Mark Gilpin. Front row, from left, are Alistair Robinson, Lee Fulton, Colin Johnston, Michael Best, Shinichi Beattie, Allister Robinson, Steven McKendry.
FLASHBACK. Rectory Rangers. Back row, from left, are Simon Kelly, Dessie Brown, Mark McMurdie, Jeff Kerr, Colin Jennett, Paul McCullough, Mark Gilpin. Front row, from left, are Alistair Robinson, Lee Fulton, Colin Johnston, Michael Best, Shinichi Beattie, Allister Robinson, Steven McKendry.
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Dean McCammon’s double left Tandragee Rovers on top by 2-0 at the expense of Hanover across Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division One.

In Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Two, Richhill finished out in front against Bourneview Mill by 4-2.

Lee Wortley sparked a Richhill fightback following Gareth McAdam’s early finish for the Mill.

A squandered penalty kick by Bourneview kept the gap at a single goal before Wortley slotted home his spot-kick.

Sam Nellins pushed Richhill clear by 2-1 before the break - with Wortley’s second, a fine free-kick, the highlight after the interval.

Wortley was left frustrated by the crossbar off another free-kick but Steven Gillespie reacted first to convert the loose ball.

Chris Agnew scored the final Mill goal, with Tom Hayes the side’s leading player.

Rectory Rangers’ double-figure delight resulted in no fewer than four Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Three hat-tricks against Lurgan United.

The 13-0 triumph finished with trebles by Stevie Wright, Alex Henry, Ian Wilson and Gary Simmons - plus Harry McFadden’s goal.

Ballyoran suffered a first defeat of the league campaign on Saturday, despite taking the lead thanks to Conor Brown off James Donnelly’s pass.

Tullyvallen, however, hit back with two goals.

Broomhill and Knockmenagh Swifts shared the spoils in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Four.

The experienced Peter Glass proved impressive for Broomhill, with Glenn Pearson close to breaking the deadlock.