Division 3 Match Reports – Week Nine

Killeavy IIs 0-13 Derrynoose 3-16

Derrynoose remain at the top of the Division Three table following another impressive victory on Friday night.

The visitors hit the net with the first shot of the game and never looked back. Pearse Lennon hitting the net inside the opening minute.

The sides traded scores before a Cian McMullan goal opened up a seven-point gap in favour of Derrynoose.

Pearse Lennon claimed another major as the away team began to stretch the deficit. A string of scores saw Derrynoose ahead 3-12 to 0-9 at the half time interval.

Davy McCreesh and Dylan Murray (45) split four Killeavy scores while two more from McCreesh finished the game.

Photo Credit: John Merry

St Michael’s 2-13 Middletown 0-15

St Michael’s earn a massive two points at home to Middletown on Friday and claimed their second-place spot.

The goals were the main difference between the teams, and it was the hosts who raised both green flags.

Seamie Finnegan and Conor Watters claimed the two majors for Newtown, who rest two points behind Derrynoose.

Clady 0-6 Eire Og 2-13

Eire Og were 13-point winners over Clady at the weekend with both goals coming during the opening half.

The early exchanges were even enough but goals two goals from Ben McConville sent the Craigavon men ahead.

The goals were the difference at the short whistle with Eire Og up 2-5 to 0-5. The visitors pushed on after the turnaround in a dominant second half.

Mullabrack 2-12 O’Hanlon’s 1-14

Goals from Phillip McGeown and Aidy Trainor helped secure a hard-fought win for Mullabrack on Friday.

The home side came from seven at one point to stage a miraculous comeback and win by a single score.

Trainor top scored with a personal haul of 1-3, closely followed by McGeown who recorded 1-2.

Other scorers on the night for Mullabrack were Ryan Murphy (0-2), James Rice (0-2), Edmond Rice (0-1), Conor McCann (0-1) and Shane O’Hanlon (0-1).

Elsewhere a Conor Moley goal earned maximum points for Dorsey as they saw off Thomas Davis 1-11 to 1-8 while Lissummon overcame An Port Mor 0-15 to 0-14.

The Division 3 table