Tullysaran 0-12 Shane O’Neill’s 1-10
The victory more or less confirms the Camlough’s men’s passage to senior football for 2023.
Tullysaran on the other hand needed the win to give their aspirations of promotion a boost.
Belleek 0-12 Tir na nOg 0-12
Looking at the league table, it’s no surprise that these two teams couldn’t be separated when they clashed on Friday.
Belleek held the lead at the half time interval as the visitors were reduced to 13 men for a period due to two black cards.
The difference was two points when the short whistle sounded, with the home side ahead 0-6 to 0-4.
Scores in the second half from Paul Carvill, Jamie McAleenan and Zion McKernan put Tir na nOg ahead.
Jordan McCooe landed an inspirational effort, but Belleek kept battling and a draw was a fair result in the end.
Both are still in the promotion shake up and will have to face off again in a few weeks time.
Culloville 4-18 Clonmore 0-8
Culloville shot to the top of the Division 2B league table as they picked up their 12th win of the campaign.
Last years beaten Intermediate finalists are well in the hunt for promotion with huge games coming in the next few weeks.
They started off brilliantly and were 2-7 to 0-0 ahead after 20 minutes. Clonmore soon opened their account and by half time the score was 2-8 to 0-2.
But there was no let up. Goals from Ryan Garvey, Colm Watters and Dara Quinn (2) saw the hosts run out comfortable winners.
Keady and Cross IIs played out a draw as well on Friday. The Rangers were ahead at the interval with four the margin, 0-9 to 0-5.
Keady shot back in the second period with two goals from Sean McCabe to earn a share of the spoils, 2-8 to 1-11 at the finish.
Forkhill overcame Ballyhegan, who remain at the foot of the division. The final score read Forkhill 1-19 Ballyhegan 2-11.