A review of Saturday’s Mid-Ulster Football League
Portadown BBOB scored a goal in each half to claim Mid-Ulster League Division Two points against Donaghmore.
Matt Foster’s deep throw-in was headed home by Adam Hobson before Gareth McCombe attacked from midfield and slotted home number two.
Tandragee Rovers’ treble bid ended in a Marshall Cup semi-final setback on Saturday.
The recently-crowned top-flight league champions lost out on penalty kicks by 3-2.
Dean McCammon converted a Mark Bicker corner-kick and a superb Lee Wells drive left the teams at 2-2 after normal time.
Jonny Black required medical attention following a fall that left the Rovers striker unconscious. Tandragee officials would like to thank Camlough Rovers for assistance during Black’s treatment.
Results are as follows from Saturday’s Mid-Ulster Football League programme:
MID-ULSTER INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE SECTION B
Bourneview Mill 1-2 Dungannon Tigers
Oxford Sunnyside 0-8 Laurelvale
Valley Rangers 0-4 Hanover
MARSHALL CUP (SEMI-FINAL)
Camlough Rovers 2-2 Tandragee Rovers (Camlough won 3-2 on penalties)
MID-ULSTER LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
Red Star 5-0 Lurgan Institute
MID-ULSTER LEAGUE DIVISION TWO
Donaghmore 0-2 Portadown BBOB
Keady Celtic 1-2 Celtic Club (Lurgan No 1)
MID-ULSTER LEAGUE DIVISION FOUR
Caledon Rovers 1-1 Orchard City
MUFL RESERVE CHAMPIONSHIP
Annagh United Reserves 7-0 Ballymacash Rangers Reserves
Newry City AFC Reserves 2-3 Dollingstown Reserves
Valley Rangers Reserves 4-4 Armagh City Reserves
MID-ULSTER RESERVE LEAGUE DIVISION ONE
Lower Maze Reserves 6-2 AFC Craigavon Reserves
MID-ULSTER RESERVE LEAGUE DIVISION TWO
The Ambassadors Reserves 4-0 Laurelvale Reserves
Markethill Swifts Reserves 8-0 Lurgan Institute Reserves
Moneyslane Reserves 4-1 Bourneview Mill Reserves
Portadown BBOB Reserves 2-3 Lurgan Town Reserves
MID-ULSTER RESERVE LEAGUE DIVISION THREE
Seagoe Reserves 2-2 Lurgan United Reserves