Adam Stevenson’s double helped Hanover pick up victory from the short trip to face Lurgan BBOB.
Barry Harrison also found the net, with an own goal serving to secure the 4-1 success in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division One.
Niall Fleming bagged a brace for Tandragee Rovers at home to Hill Street. Ian Walker added to the 3-1 tally.
The Ambassadors gained an edge over title-chasing rivals Richhill in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Two.
Adam Smyth’s knee injury - which required hospital treatment - served to increase the misery within the Richhill camp.
Chris Lester’s penalty cut the gap to 2-1 after a strong start to second-half play by The Ambassadors, with Alex Richardson and Michael Irwin the scorers.
Richhill had to finish the match with just 10 players following Smyth’s injury. Everyone would like to wish Smyth a full recovery.
Goals by Gary Donaldson and Ryan Donaldson provided Portadown BBOB with a winning position against Bourneview Mill.
The opening goal was scored before the break then a measured lob doubled the advantage before Wayne Holland’s consolation.
Ballyoran brushed past Donacloney by a 7-0 margin in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Three.
James McKeever enjoyed an early double before Tony Keegan converted Eoin Reynolds’ cross.
Conan Judge’s header off a Conor Brown corner-kick increased the lead then Keegan increased his tally. A fine finish by Damien McCourt was scored before Michael McBride’s slick strike.
Broomhill battled back from a 4-2 reverse to see off high-flying Donaghmore by 5-4 in Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Four.
Mark Gough’s brace - alongside goals for David Cassells, David Taylor and Robbie Murray - wrapped up the home success.
Mark Cowan scored three times in Knockmenagh Swifts’ 5-2 defeat of Lurgan Thistle. Glenn Newell and Daryl Bannon were the other scorers for the Swifts.