Division 3 Match Reports – Week Two

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.

Photo Credit: John Merry

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.

Photo Credit: John Merry

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.

Photo Credit: Sally Lennon

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.

Photo Credit: Eire Og

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.