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.