Derrynoose 1-11 Lissummon 1-15
It takes Lissummon to third place in the table with only Derrynoose and Middletown ahead of them.
The visiting side opened their account inside the first minute and dominated the opening quarter of the game.
Lissummon powered into a seven-point advantage, leading 0-7 to no score after twelve minutes.
Derrynoose finally got off the mark through Fabio Moreira before Davy McCreesh got them back into contention with a goal.
Lissummon stretched their lead with a brace which Derrynoose cancelled out through Conall McNally and Pearse Lennon.
The away team grabbed the last score of the first half and carried a four-point lead into the break. 0-10 to 1-3.
The sides traded scores early in the second period before Lissummon raised their only green flag of the night.
Top marksman Steven Matthews rattled the net to put his side into a commanding eight-point lead.
Derrynoose kept battling away. By the 50th minute had narrowed the margin to six thanks to a McCreesh free.
McCreesh and Pauric McNaughton pointed to leave four the margin and that’s as close as Derrynoose could get in the end.
Middletown kept their promotion hopes alive as they defeated Dorsey away from home 3-13 to 2-10.
Mullabrack had a great win over O’Hanlon’s on Friday to pick up their third win of the campaign.
Aidy Trainor was the main man on form, and he recorded a personal tally of 1-9 (0-5f) on the night.
James Rice, Phillip McGeown, Sean Smith, Liam Rice and Edmond Rice all chipped in with scores as well as Mullabrack won 1-20 to 0-12.
An Port Mor were too strong for Clady on Friday evening, although a Ryan Devlin goal had the hosts ahead early on.
The visiting side hit a trio of three-points through Cormac Kieran (2) and Matty Walsh to lead 3-4 to 1-8 at half time.
An Port Mor tagged on a few more points in the second period to win by four in the end, 3-12 to 1-14.