Division 2A – St Peter’s 2-19 Whitecross 0-7
Two goals split by the half time break helped St Peter’s build up a convincing 18-point win over Whitecross in their Division 2A clash.
Niall Creaney rattled the net in the first half to allow the Lurgan side to head into the break seven in front. 1-8 to 0-4.
St Peter’s piled on the pressure after the turnaround and Eugene Doran’s three-pointer topped off a huge win.
Wolfe Tones 1-11 Annaghmore 0-8
Wolfe Tones were six-point winners over Annaghmore on Sunday, which lifts them up to third place in the table.
The Lurgan men sit just two points behind the leading duo of Shane O’Neill’s and St Peter’s.
Caolan Farrell grabbed the all-important goal that proved the match-winning score.
Forkhill 0-15 Crossmaglen II 0-16
It was a hard-fought battle in Forkhill on Sunday, which Crossmaglen IIs just edged by the minimum.
The home side shaded the opening exchanges and led by three after the first quarter, 0-5 to 0-3.
Points from Ronan Finnegan, Paul McKeown, Colin O’Connor closed the gap by the break. Forkhill ahead at half time 8-7.
O’Connor levelled the gap after the turnaround and the sides were evenly matched throughout the second period.
Forkhill held a one-point lead but two from Ryan Conlon and Paul McKeown stole two points for the visitors.
Keady 1-15 Clonmore 2-5
After a tricky start to the season, Keady chalked up their second win in as many games at the weekend.
They hosted Clonmore and led for the majority of the game, with five the difference at the break. 0-7 to 0-2.
Clonmore closed the gap at the beginning of the second half with a goal, but it was soon cancelled out by an Odhran Fullerton three-pointer.
The visitors hit the net again, but it wasn’t enough. The Clonmore goals came through Brian McCreesh (1-1) and Ryan O’Hagan (1-4).
Belleek 2-13 Ballyhegan 0-7
Belleek are one of only two teams yet to taste defeat in Division 2B, with Garreth Thornton’s men, along with Culloville, remaining undefeated.
Two goals helped the 2021 Junior Championship winners see off Ballyhegan, who remain at the bottom of the table.
Callum O’Neill and Mark McParland were the goal scorers as Belleek ran out 12-point winners.
Collegeland 1-9 Tir na nOg 4-12
Tir na nOg continued their eye-catching form as they won their fourth game of the season, with four goals the difference on Sunday.
The Portadown men got off to a flyer with Paul Carvill hitting the net for the opening score of the game.
Conall Power also raised a green flag to hand the away team a 12-point half time lead. 0-3 to 2-9.
Leo Monteiro and Conor McCormac added further scores as Tir na nOg retained their 12-point half time advantage to win by the same margin.