Division 1A – Harps 1-12 Dromintee 0-10
Dromintee controlled the opening half, but it was all Harps after the turnaround as they came back from three down to win by five.
Two Ryan Hughes Jnr points (one free) opened up a 5-2 lead while Jack McCoy and Cathal McKenna traded scores. Dromintee up 6-3 at the break.
Charlie Vernon pointed 13 seconds after the restart to spark the home sides revival. The Harps took control hitting 1-4 without reply.
Minnie McShane played a vital role in setting up the goal and followed it up with a sweet point of his own.
Gareth Kilgallon and Hughes (free) traded scores with Tom O’Kane as the Harps held a four-point advantage.
The sides exchanged two points each while O’Kane finished the scoring for the evening with his third.
Granemore 0-14 Crossmaglen 1-10
Granemore picked up an eye catching one-point win at home to Crossmaglen to raise themselves off the bottom of the table.
The hosts opened up a five-point gap by the time the short whistle sounded. Granemore led 0-9 to 0-4 at the break.
Crossmaglen sparked into life at the start of the second half and a Caolan Finnegan goal brought them back into the game.
But Granemore held their cool and were able to keep their noses ahead to pick up an important two points.
Silverbridge 2-17 Grange 0-8
Silverbridge retained their spot at the top of the Division 1B with a large 15-point win over Grange.
The game was fairly even during the opening half with Silverbridge just shading it 7-6 at half time.
But goals from Eoin and Paddy Reel turned the game on its head and Silverbridge ran our convincing winners in the end.
Elsewhere in Division 1B Pearse Ogs earned their first win of the season when they defeated St Patrick’s 0-10 to 0-7.