Shane O’Neill’s 4-13 Dromahill 1-3
Shane O’Neill’s made it three from three on Saturday evening when they hosted and defeated Dromahill to remain top of the division.
Geraldine McNally opened the scoring for the home side before Dromhill his three points in a row to take the lead.
A Ciara Jones brace had the game back on level terms before a goal for the visitors gave them a three-point advantage at the water break.
The Camlough side shot back at the restart and scores from Rachel McCabe (2) and Tara Byrne tied the game heading into half time.
Shane O’Neill’s returned and completely dominated the second half, hitting 4-7 while keeping the opposition scoreless.
Early points from McCabe and McNally got the scoreboard moving before McCabe netted her sides first goal.
Moya Feehan followed this up with a well taken point before young McCabe added a further 1-1 just prior to the second water break.
The Shane’s continued to dominate with Sorcha McDonnell striking another three-pointer while McNally and McCabe raised white flags.
A late Abbie McVerry goal and a final point from Rachel McCabe completed the scoring as the Shane’s ran out deserved winners in the end.
Elsewhere Grange and Carrickcruppen played out a tightly contest goal-fest on Saturday evening, 11 green flags raised in total.
It was Grange who got their first win of the league campaign and were impressive victors on a score line of 6-16 to 5-11.
Granemore got off the mark during the week to pick up their first points of the 2021 league campaign.
The travelled to and defeated Ballyhegan by three points last Thursday evening, winning a goal-less encounter, 0-9 to 0-6.
Killeavy continued their awesome goal-scoring form with another win on Saturday evening, away to Silverbridge.
The visiting side rattled the net five times, adding to the 21 goals scored in their opening two games.
Silverbridge put up a good score after a solid shift themselves, but it was Killeavy who collected maximum points, winning 5-7 to 1-16.
Mullaghbawn gathered their second win on the trot as they saw off a battling Lissummon side at the weekend.
Mullaghbawn were the highest point scores in the division in round three and won in the end 1-18 to 2-7.
Craobh Ciaran were in fantastic form last Thursday evening when they saw off visitors Sarsfields with relative ease.
Five goals helped the ladies pick up their first win of the season as they gained maximum points on a scoreline of 5-15 to 0-7.
Mullabrack continued their impressive start to the season, getting another win under their belts to maintain their unbeaten record.
Mullabrack are the highest scorers in the division and they displayed that once again at the weekend, defeating Eire Og 3-13 to 2-5.
Clonmore continued their excellent start to the season with their third win from three outings on Saturday night.
Six goals helped Naomh Labhaoise pick up all three points on offer as they defeated Thomas Davis 6-27 to 0-1.
Table-toppers St Peter’s suffered their first loss of the campaign when they travelled to Tir na nOg for what turned out to be a fascinating encounter.
Lauren Magee (2), Emer McCormack and Caitlin McQuade all hit the back of the net for the Lurgan side, but Tir na nOg still steaked through by the minimum.
They had Eva Lambe to thank as she finished with a personal tally of 2-5 while Sophie Weir also hit the net in their 3-12 to 4-8 victory.