Division Three Match Reports – Week Five

Division Three – Middletown 0-4 Derrynoose 0-16

Derrynoose were 12-point victors when they travelled to Middletown on Friday evening for their Division 3 clash.

The hosts opened the scoring, but Derrynoose took over. Fabio Moreira, Pauric McNaughton (2) and Mark Lennon fired the away side in front.

Middletown replied with one, but Derrynoose hit back through Pearse Lennon, Davey McCreesh and Mark Lennon to lead 7-2 at the break.

Pearse Lennon nailed a brace to start the second half while the home team claimed their third of the day.

McCreesh, Shea McNaughton, Paddy McGrane, Sean McGuigan, Dylan Murray, Pearse Lennon and Conall McNally all added to the scoreboard.

Photo Credit: Derrynoose

Lissummon 3-9 Clady 1-11

Lissummon earned an important win over Clady on Friday evening and their two first half goals made the difference.

The home side carried a 2-5 to 0-5 lead into the half time break and Clady fought hard after the turnaround.

Steven Matthews, Shea Trainor and Michael Robinson all hit the net for the victors while Clady’s goal came through Colm Savage.

St Michael’s 1-12 Dorsey 0-7

Newtown shot up to third place in the table, just trailing Derrynoose and league leaders Eire Og.

They picked up their third win of the campaign with Joe McClelland raising the all-important green flag.

Dorsey will feel hard done by as a second half red card to Martin Hearty damaged their challenge.

Photo Credit: Dorsey

Mullabrack 0-13 An Port Mor 1-10

It finished all square between Mullabrack and An Port Mor on Friday evening, with neither team able to find a winner.

Edmond and James Rice were responsible for most of the home sides scoring, with former hitting 0-4 and the latter claiming 0-6 (3f).

Despite going down to 14 men, Mullabrack held on for a point while An Port Mor’s three-pointer came through Vance Doherty.

Thomas Davis 0-9 Eire Og 4-9

Goals win games and Eire Og continued their blistering start to the season with a 12-point win.

The Craigavon based side remain unbeaten from their five outings and are clear by three at the top of the table.

A hat trick from talisman John Cochrane and a Jake Walsh three-pointer confirmed the victory.

Photo Credit: Chris Totton

O’Hanlon’s 2-11 Killeavy 2-13

Killeavy IIs earned their first two points of the season after a closely fought contest against Redmond O’Hanlon’s.

Goals from Jack Collins and Gerard Mallie were the main scores from the visiting team.

How the Division 3 table currently looks