Division 1A – Clann Eireann 0-8 Maghery 1-7
An early Matthew Mackle goal proved the decisive score as Maghery picked up their first win of the season.
Mackle’s three-pointer was the first score of the day, after Eoghan Mulholland saved Conor Forker’s penalty.
Mulholland had quite the game, racing forward to score from open play during the second half.
That score from the Clann Eireann netminder levelled the score, but the hosts could never get their noses ahead.
Aodhan McConville and Oisin Cushnahan (free) swapped scores after the goal before Rogan McVeigh cut the deficit.
Stefan Forker swung over a super score, cancelled out by Dan McCarthy. Conor Forker nailed the final score of the half with Maghery ahead 1-3 to 0-3 at the break.
The opening minutes of the second half were all about Jack Conlon. His brace narrowed the gap to a single point.
But after the brilliant start, Conlon picked up a black card and spent the next ten minutes on the sideline.
Mulholland levelled, while Ciaran Lappin and Cushnahan (free) traded points with Ruairi McDonald and McConville.
A third from Cushnahan (free) put Maghery in control while Stefan Forker powered over the final score of the game.
Harps 1-7 Crossmaglen 0-10
Armagh Harps failed to hold on to a three-point half time lead as Crossmaglen rallied to secure a share of the spoils.
The game was all square in the opening period before a Jack McCoy goal fired the home side ahead at half time. 1-5 to 0-5.
Cross fired back with two points after the turnaround as Ronan Fitzpatrick traded scores with the opposition.
Aaron Kernan and Caolan Finnegan pointed in the dying minutes to see the sides level at the full-time whistle.
Dromintee 0-12 Madden 1-13
Dromintee suffered their first defeat of the season while Madden extended their winning run to three in a row.
The game was evenly matched, with the eventual winners carrying a narrow 8-7 lead into the interval.
Aron McKenna claimed the crucial goal 25 minutes into the second period to push his side further ahead.
Conor Grimley top scored for the Raparees with 0-8, while Ciaran Rafferty, Darragh McMullen and Eoin Grimley chipped in with 0-1 apiece.
Elsewhere in the division, Killeavy earned their second win on the trot, defeating Granemore 2-10 to 0-11 at home on Saturday evening.
Mullaghbawn 1-10 Silverbridge 2-12
Silverbridge handed Mullaghbawn their first defeat of the season while picking up their second win.
A Jamie Martin goal helped the visitors head into the break with a five-point lead. 1-9 to 1-4.
Martin hit the net again in the second half as Kevin Franklin’s maintained their five-point advantage throughout the second half.
In the only other Division 1B fixture of the weekend, Grange defeated St Patrick’s by two points, 1-10 to 0-11.