Simmons is Rovers’ hat-trick hero as Tandragee see off Hanover rivals

Lewis Potts closing down a Goodyear rival during Broomhill's Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Four draw.INPT13-615AM

Lewis Potts closing down a Goodyear rival during Broomhill's Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Four draw.INPT13-615AM

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Andrew Simmons’ treble left Tandragee Rovers with the derby honours in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division One over Hanover.

Cecil Corbett was the other Rovers scorer in a 4-3 victory.

Hanover had a Wayne Harrison brace and Jay Green effort to account for the visitors’ goals.

Chris Hartley’s double and a David McKinney finish left Markethill Swifts on level terms at Lower Maze.

Both sides shared the spoils in the 3-3 draw.

Michael O’Hehir grabbed the spotlight with a four-goal display in Ballyoran’s free-scoring Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Two triumph.

Two goals for James Donnelly, plus a finish apiece for Conor Keegan and Damien Lawless, helped Ballyoran defeat Portadown BBOB by 8-1.

Rectory Rangers had a Simon Williamson brace as central to success in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Three against Banbridge Town AFC.

Corey Blair and Bailey Black also grabbed goals in a 4-3 victory.

Broomhill and Goodyear finished on level terms in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Four.

Alex Dowey found the net following good work by Craig Hewitt to grab the opening goal.

Johnny Millar’s slick volley - his fourth goal in five appearances - increased the Broomhill lead.

However, Goodyear hit back to sit level at the final whistle as Ballyoran extended the run of results to one defeat in five Mid-Ulster fixtures.