Tandragee too strong for Sunnyside

FLASHBACK: Tandragee Rovers. Back row, from left, Kyle Jennett, Trevor Williamson, Clive Topley, Neil Hewitt, Gary Whiteside, David Crawford, Chris Sanford, Philip Lockhart, Tony Bell. Front row, from left, Richie Johnston, Charlie McLaughlin, Neil Rowntree, Philip Pedlow, Stevie Williamson, Fintan Kelly, Shaun Keenan.
FLASHBACK: Tandragee Rovers. Back row, from left, Kyle Jennett, Trevor Williamson, Clive Topley, Neil Hewitt, Gary Whiteside, David Crawford, Chris Sanford, Philip Lockhart, Tony Bell. Front row, from left, Richie Johnston, Charlie McLaughlin, Neil Rowntree, Philip Pedlow, Stevie Williamson, Fintan Kelly, Shaun Keenan.

Tandragee Rovers scored four goals on the way to full points in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division One.

Dean McCammon kicked off the scoring before second-half goals against Oxford Sunnyside by Andrew Simmons, Cecil Corbett and Jamie Uprichard in a 4-1 win.

Hanover had Richard Lappin, James Sergeant and Aaron Kidd on target in a 3-2 defeat of Seapatrick.

Bourneview Mill held a 4-0 half-time lead against Gilford Crusaders before battling back from 5-4 down to seal a 6-5 success in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Two.

Alan Wells’ double, a Nigel Rainey finish, Tom Hayes penalty and Peter Duke goal provided the Mill tally. An own goal in the last minute secured victory.

Simon Foster’s hat-trick helped Laurelvale see off The Ambassadors by 3-0.

Phil McComb and Ryan Higgens each scored as Markethill Swifts defeated Portadown BBOB in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Two by 2-1. The Old Boys’ scorer was Jamie Taylor.

Hopes for a full and speedy recovery go to Derek McCammon following his ankle injury.

Richhill finished 4-2 up against Red Star, with Johnny Allen’s brace crucial alongside strikes by Brent Murray and Gareth Atkinson.

Nigel Moore marked his Broomhill debut - at 43 years old - with a fine display in the side’s 3-3 draw against Dungannon Tigers.

Mark Gough scored two goals, with Chris Chambers also on target in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Four.

RESULTS: Donacloney 5 Rectory Rangers 0; Knockmenagh Swifts 0 Donaghmore 4.