Division 2A – Wolfe Tones 0-7 St Paul’s 0-15
St Paul’s climbed to third in the Division 2A table when they overcame Lurgan neighbours Wolfe Tones on Friday.
They sit just behind Tullysaran, who rest on the same points but are in front on head-to-head.
Wolfe Tones remain above the relegation spots with their recent win over Annaghmore seeming even more important now.
Forkhill 0-12 Culloville 3-10
Culloville remain at the top of the table with their sixth win of the season coming away to Forkhill on Friday night.
Two first half goals from the visitors opened up a nine-point margin at the break while they added another three-pointer in the second half.
Steven McCreesh, Dara Quinn and Gavin McVerry all hit the net for the Blues, with McCreesh and Quinn both finishing with 1-2.
Taidgh O’Neill, Shane Carragher, Colm Watters, Fergal Kieran and Sean McGeeney were other scorers on the night.
Belleek 5-8 Clonmore 0-14
Belleek earned another victory at the weekend when they saw off Clonmore thanks to five goals.
Caolan Donaghy and Caolan Cunningham opened the scoring before Belleek replied through a Callum O’Neill goal.
Cashel Toner nabbed a second goal for the hosts, followed by three-pointers from Drew McVerry and James McParland.
Donaghy and Cunningham reduced the gap at the start of the second half, but Belleek rattled the net once again with Toner grabbing a second.
The nine-point victory sees Belleek remain at the right end of the table with five wins from six.
Elsewhere Tir na nOg got one of their neighbours Ballyhegan when they were seven-point winners. 0-12 to 0-5.
Collegeland earned their third win of the year when they nipped ahead of Cross IIs to win 1-11 to 1-10.
In Division Three, Derrynoose continued their fine form when they defeated Thomas Davis is a hard-fought encounter.
Dylan Murray claimed the all-important goal as they league leaders won 1-18 to 2-6.
Middletown continued their fine start to the campaign, and they saw off An Port Mor 3-15 to 0-6.
Dorsey edged Mullabrack on Friday evening with two late scores earning the two points for the hosts.
Aidy Trainor and Conor O’Hanlon claimed the majority of the scores for the visitors, but it just wasn’t enough on the night.