Division Three – Derrynoose 6-15 Clady 0-5
Derrynoose climbed to the top of the Division Three table with an emphatic 22-point victory over Clady on Friday.
Six goals, split evenly by the half time whistle, saw Derrynoose’s unbeaten run stretch to six games.
They lead from start to finish against Clady, with Mark Lennon’s early goal firing them into a 1-2 to 0-0 score lead.
Pauric McNaughton claimed the home sides second major of the opening period while Fabio Moreira also hit the net.
Mark Lennon and Davy McCreesh tagged on last scores to put Paul Doyle’s me 3-10 to 0-2 ahead at the break.
Kevin McKenna claimed his sides fourth goal with the first piece of action after the turnaround.
Jack Fox done likewise a coupe of minutes later while McKenna tucked away his second with the last score of the game.
St Michael’s 1-11 Mullabrack 0-6
A second half goal from Conor Watters opened up a bit of space between these two teams, in an otherwise tight encounter.
St Michael’s lead by the minimum of margins at the half time interval, winning 0-5 to 0-4.
The all-important goal game after the turnaround and sends Newtown up into second place in the table.
O’Hanlon’s 3-11 An Port Mor 1-19
O’Hanlon’s raced back into contention after being 11 down at the break to make a game of it but couldn’t do enough to get something from it.
An Port Mor were comfortable at the interval thanks to a goal from Ryan Gorman which had them 1-14 to 0-6.
The home side fought back bravely with three goals coming after the turnaround but An Port Mor survived.
Elsewhere in the division Killeavy IIs got their second win of the campaign when they defeated Thomas Davis 0-5 to 1-10.
Eire Og suffered their second defeat of the year, losing by five to Middletown, 0-12 to 2-11.
Lissummon defeated Dorsey at home on Sunday 2-13 to 1-8.