Derrynoose 1-8 Middletown 1-9
Derrynoose cling onto the top spot in Division 3A after suffering their second defeat of the season last Friday.
Paul Doyle’s side are now tied on 25 points each with Middletown but remain ahead on points difference.
Middletown opened the scoring with the first two points before David McCreesh got Derrynoose up and running.
Conall McNally tied the game while McCreesh and Shea McNaughton pointed to double their lead.
Fionnan O’Braonain rattled the net for Middletown as McCreesh struck his third to leave it level at the break. 0-5 to 1-2.
Middletown went one up, but Shea McNaughton raised a green flag to restore the lead for the home side.
Dylan Mone traded scores with the opposition before a Middletown brace left it all square after 40 minutes.
McNaughton squeezed Derrynoose back in front before three-in-a-row left the visitors two in front.
Mark Lennon claimed the final score of the night, but Middletown had enough to hold onto their one-point lead.
Two goals from Diarmuid O’Hagan and Caolan McCorry helped Eire Og see off Dorsey 2-13 to 0-6.
Lissummon defeated St Michael’s on Friday evening despite the Newtown men hitting three goals through Oisin Hollywood, Emmet O’Malley and Brian Caherty. Lissummon edged the game 1-11 to 3-4.
St Michael’s bounced back on Sunday against Eire Og with goals from O’Malley, Oisin Mullen and Pearse Woods helping them to a 3-10 to 0-15 win.
Thomas Davis and Killeavy IIs are tied on 14 points apiece after the weekend following their wins on Friday.
Thomas Davis proved too strong when they came up against Mullabrack and won by six in the end. 2-12 to 1-9.
Killeavy IIs sit top of the leader board after they saw off Clady with five points to spare. 2-14 to 2-9.
Clady bounced back with an eight point victory on Sunday over Mullabrack, winning 3-6 to 1-4.