St Mary’s scored six goals in Saturday’s derby defeat of Hill Street by 6-2.
The Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division One tussle featured Eamon Liggett netting a treble alongside goals by Conor Keegan, Brendan Hagan and James Cullen.
Hanover had the experienced Barry Harrison on the weekend scoresheet in a 2-1 reverse away to Lower Maze.
A brace of goals by Christian Barclay helped Bourneview Mill bank full points against Lurgan Institute in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Two.
Gary Hill and Alan Wells added to the scoresheet, with Chris Traynor the Bourneview side’s best player.
Neil Shaw’s double set Markethill Swifts towards victory against Moneyslane.
The 4-2 home win arrived with James Boyd and Matt Black the other scorers.
David Irwin’s two-goal contribution left Portadown BBOB in winning form.
Neil Taylor claimed the other goal for the Old Boys in a 3-0 success over Red Star.
Richhill defeated Derryhirk United by 3-0, with captain Glenn Spence on song.
Alistair Dodds kicked off the scoring to cap Johnny Allen’s approach play.
A second was scored just past the hour mark courtesy of Andrew Allen’s header.
Substitute Jeff Richardson wrapped up the scoring.
Ballyoran secured promotion from Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Three in style on Saturday.
A derby point at Rectory Rangers was the pre-match target but Ballyoran recorded a 4-1 success.
James Donnelly’s fine solo effort kicked off the scoring but Rectory hit back.
Martin McCann and Damien Lawless joined play off the Ballyoran sidelines and the former picked out the latter to restore the visitors’ lead.
Joe McKeever and McCann added to the tally.
Steven McHugh’s superb solo strike handed Broomhill a consolation from the Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Four reverse by 2-1 away to Valley Rangers Swifts.
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