Derrynoose 0-15 Keady 3-17
Three goals in the opening half handed Keady the ascendancy in this game and they drove on to secure an important win on Tuesday evening.
Points from Pauric McNaughton (two frees) and Conor McNally allowed the home side to steal into a 3-1 lead early on.
Two goals partnered two points to allowed Keady to drive ahead and by the ten-minute mark were ahead 2-3 to 0-3.
The lead was stretched to 13 points with a third goal before the break, to lead 3-11 to 0-7 by the half time whistle.
Pauric McNaughton kept the scoreboard ticking over with his accuracy from frees but Keady were well ahead by the conclusion of the game, earning an eleven-point win.
Sean Tracey’s 2-7 Cuchulainns 2-18
Cuchulainns earned their second win of the season with an impressive eleven-point win away from home against Sean Tracey’s.
Lorcan Coulter grabbed an early goal for the eventual winners as his side burst into a 1-5 to 0-1 lead prior to the water break.
The Lurgan men pulled themselves back into contention by the interval with a goal themselves, Cuchulainns ahead 1-7 to 1-4 at the break.
The travelling side hit a great scoring-spree just before the games second water break, with six points on the trot.
Cormac Toner raised the games third green flag, which was matched by a major from the Sean Tracey’s men.
Cuchulainns were well ahead by the time the full-time whistle sounded and their accuracy during the third quarter guaranteed the victory.
Cuchulainns IIs enjoyed their second win of the 2020 campaign with an impressive win over league-leaders Craobh Rua.
The Armagh City side made home advantage count and their three goals was the difference in the game, winning 3-14 to 0-14.
Killeavy also earned their second win off the season and they were on the round on Tuesday evening when they came up against St Malachy’s.
The away side proved too strong in the end and were nine-points better off by the time the final whistle sounded, winning 1-18 to 0-12.