Grange 7-10 Dromahill 3-7
Grange picked up their second win of the league campaign when they hosted and beat Dromahill on Saturday evening.
The defeat sees the visitors sink to the bottom of the table, just behind Crossmaglen on scoring difference.
Siobhan Mackle and Hannah Duffy both rattled home two goals each during the opening period to get Grange off to a flying start
Louise Mackle also raised a green flag in the first half to ease them into a 5-4 to 1-6 half time lead with the game essentially over.
They continued their fine goal scoring form after the interval, raising two more green flags to lead by 15 at the full-time whistle.
Hannah Duffy claimed her hattrick during the second period and finished the game with an incredible personal tally of 3-3.
Siobhan Mackle ended the tie with 2-1 to her name while Dervla Mallon and Louise Mackle chipped in 1-3 each.
Carrickcruppen were big winners in the only other Division One tie on Saturday evening when they welcomed Armagh Harps to Camlough.
This proved Cruppen’s third win of the campaign as well as the Harps’ third defeat, with the home side 6-18 to 2-4 ahead at the full-time whistle.
Silverbridge closed the gap at the top of the table with an enormous victory over winless Lissummon, who remain anchored to the bottom.
It was goals galore for Silverbridge on Saturday evening, as they were in unstoppable form and eased to a 13-18 to 1-1 triumph.
Ballyhegan picked up their second win of the league campaign when they impressively saw off Mullaghbawn.
The Davitts enjoyed the comforts of home advantage and were the better team on show, winning 6-14 to 1-5.
It remains a two-horse race at the top of the Division Three table, with Mullabrack and Clan na Gael tied at 18 points each.
The pair were in action at the weekend, and both were successful, opening a six-point gap between them and the nearest challenger, Eire Og, on 12 points.
Mullabrack were on the road as they travelled to Middletown on Saturday evening to take on Craobh Ciaran.
Mullabrack hit six goals on the day to leave with the three points on offer, the final score reading 6-13 to 2-10.
Clan na Gael were also away from home as they met third place Eire Og and came away with a 5-9 to 4-2 victory.
Tir na nOg have been in outstanding form of late and continued their hot streak with their sixth straight victory in round eight.
They made the trek to Keady on Saturday evening an immediately took the ascendancy with an early Lana Black goal.
Eva Lambe gave a fantastic showing in attack as she claimed a hattrick of goals and the game was gone by the half time break.
The Portadown side hit eight goals in all and were well ahead by the time the final whistle sounded, 8-14 to 1-6.
St Peter’s also enjoyed a handsome victory at the weekend when they saw off neighbours St Paul’s 5-14 to 1-3.
The win sees the Lurgan side remain Tir na nOg’s closest challengers as they trail the league-leaders by three-points, with a game in hand.