The Intermediate Championship came to an end last weekend with Shane O’Neill’s claiming the Atty Hearty Cup.
Paul O’Rourke’s last-minute goal was enough to get the Shane’s over the line. But not enough to get him to the top of the Intermediate Championship scoring charts.
Belleek’s Sean McCreesh held the title of top scorer throughout the entire campaign and finishes top of the leader board.
McCreesh drew level with Tullysaran’s Eddie Mallon during the opening round. Both men hitting 0-9 apiece.
But McCreesh took over in the next two outings and finished with an incredible tally of 0-26 in three games.
O’Rourke came in second place as he enjoyed a superb championship campaign for the eventual winners.
His personal haul of 2-6 against Culloville helped Shane O’Neill’s book their spot in the decider.
He had another awesome display in last weekends showpiece and added to his tally with a final score of 1-1.
That brought his total for the season to 4-12 as he also notched a three-pointer in their opening round victory over Whitecross.
Shane O’Neill’s youngster and Man of the Match in the Championship final Ruairi O’Brien finished in third place.
The 18-year-old claimed two goals against Whitecross and added to his tally in each game with his accuracy from frees.
He claimed another five points on Sunday to finish the year out with a personal tally of 2-16.
Dara Quinn was in fantastic form for Culloville throughout the Championship and ended the year as their top scorer.
He rattled the net as the Blues eased past Collegeland in the quarter final and hit 1-16 in three games.
Tullysaran’s deadly duo of Eddie Mallon (0-17) and Gavin Conlon (1-13) come next in the list for their impressive performances.
Eoin McConville of St Paul’s finishes the year with 1-10, his goal coming in their dramatic quarter final win over Wolfe Tones.
Belleek full forward Mark McParland remains in the scoring charts for his contribution of 2-6 in their three games.