Derrynoose 1-15 O’Hanlon’s 0-11
A first half Davy McCreesh goal helped Derrynoose pick up their first win of their Division Three campaign.
The home side had build up a sustainable lead before McCreesh’s major ensured the victory.
The sides were evenly matched early on. Fabio Moreira (free), Pearse Lennon and Shea McNaughton cancelled out scores from O’Hanlon’s.
Sean Lennon (2), Jack Fox Pearse Lennon (2) and McNaughton fired Derrynoose into a six-point lead.
McCreesh extended that advantage with the only goal of the game to see Derrynoose ahead 1-9 to 0-6 at the break.
Pearse Lennon (2), McNaughton, Moreira and Sean Lennon all traded scores with the opposition.
Dylan Mone fired over the last score of the game to leave Derrynoose seven-point victors.
Middletown 2-15 Dorsey 0-4
Second half goals from Ruairi McCann and Fionnan O’Braonain put Middletown in an uncatchable position on Sunday afternoon.
The home side had built up a strong five-point lead, 0-9 to 0-4, by the half time interval.
Dorsey failed to score in the second period while Middletown raised two white flags to claim maximum points.
Eire Og 1-14 St Michael’s 0-12
Eire Og built on their promising start to the season with a home win over St Michael’s on Sunday.
The Craigavon side now sit top of Division Three after securing their second win from as many outings.
Ciaran Corey struck the all-important three pointer that secured the two points on offer.
Thomas Davis 0-7 Lissummon 2-12
A goal either side of the short whistle guided Lissummon to their first win of the 2022 season.
The visiting side held a slender two-point advantage at half time with Tom O’Hagan’s goal putting them 1-4 to 0-5 ahead.
Lissummon pushed on after the break and another three-pointer from Stephen Matthews saw them win by 11 in the end.