Good year for Ballymacash

Ballymacash Rangers moved back into Intermediate Division A of the Mid Ulster League and performed as though they had never been away, finishing third behind Dollingstown and Tandragee Rovers.

There was icing on the cake when the reserves finished fourth in Reserve Division One and added a Cup to make it a good year.

Two other locals played in Intermediate A - Lower Maze finishing mid-table and Crewe Utd four from bottom.

Glenavy finished third from the foot of Division 2 to stay in the division and their second eleven did the club proud by winning Reserve Division 2.

Moira Albion stayed up with a three from bottom finish in Division 3 and Hillsborough Boys had a good first year in Division 4 finishing third.

The Dons finished sixth in the same division but Aghalee Village were bottom with only six points from 18 outings.

Lower Maze Res claimed a mid-table position in Reserve Division 1 and Crewe Utd Res were third in Division 2.

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