Division Three – Eire Og 0-2 Derrynoose 2-11
Built up as the game of the week in Division Three, Derrynoose were completely dominant in their 15-point dismissal of Eire Og.
The Craigavon men had won five from five of their previous outings but failed to reach the pitch of the game.
Derrynoose led from start to finish and held the home side scoreless throughout the entire first half.
A Dylan Mone brace opened the scoring while Jack Fox, Paddy McGrane and Pearse Lennon (free) but Derrynoose 5-0 ahead at the interval.
Fabio Moreira tagged on a free before Conor McGrory claimed the game’s first gaol and opened up a nine-point lead.
Mark Lennon extended their advantage before Eire Og got off the mark, 13 minutes into the second half.
Shea McNaughton fired home a second goal while Pearse Lennon, Mone (2) and Davy McCreesh tagged on the last few scores.
Killeavy II 1-10 Lissummon 1-17
Lissummon picked up their third win of the season when they travelled to Killeavy on Friday night.
Four points separated the teams at the halfway stage, with the visiting side holding a 0-9 to 0-5 lead.
They stretched that advantage after the interval and a Steven Matthews goal confirmed victory for Lissummon.
An Port Mor 0-11 St Michael’s 3-9
Goals win games and that proved the case on Sunday when St Michael’s slotted home three to defeat An Port Mor.
The win leaves the Newtownhamiliton men third in the league table, joined on 9 points with Derrynoose.
Aidan Davidson, Brian Caherty (penalty) and Daire Carr all hit the net for Seamus O’Callaghan’s men.
Elsewhere Middletown defeated Mullabrack by ten-points. A first half goal allowed Middletown to lead at the break 1-8 to 0-3.
The home side stretched that lead after the halfway stage with another three-pointer to win 2-11 to 0-7.
Thomas Davis were ten-points better than Clady, leading for most of the game and winning 1-15 to 1-5 in the end.