Three goals and three points for Rovers in league win on the road

Johnny Miller.
Johnny Miller.

Mark Hamilton, David Whitten and Niall Fleming helped Tandragee Rovers score three goals on the way to three Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division One points.

Rovers finished on top away to Glenavy by 3-0.

Hanover suffered a weekend blank in the 2-0 reverse at home to Lower Maze.

Neal Bradshaw’s brace of goals left Markethill Swifts with little consolation during Saturday’s 7-2 derby defeat by St Mary’s.

Gary Hunniford’s hat-trick put Laurelvale on the path to Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Two victory.

Hunniford finished as the Laurelvale hero in a 3-2 defeat of Lurgan BBOB.

Stewart Reaney scored two goals as Rectory Rangers finished in front against Seagoe by 5-1 within Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Three.

Ian Wilson, Gary Simmons and Matt Matchett were the other Rectory scorers - with Stephen Duke on target for Seagoe.

Broomhill’s Mid-Ulster Reserve League Division Four defeat of Southside by 2-0 arrived thanks to David Taylor and Johnny Miller.

It marked a fourth successive win for Broomhill.


MID-ULSTER INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE SECTION A: Broomhill 3 Crewe United 4; MID-ULSTER LEAGUE DIVISION TWO: Knockmenagh Swifts 1 Donaghmore 2; MUFL RESERVE CHAMPIONSHIP: Loughgall 0 Banbridge Town AFC 4.