2022 End of Year Review – Division 3B

Killeavy IIs landed the Division 3B title, beating Thomas Davis on the final day of the league campaign which turned out to be the decider.

An Port Mor

An Port Mor were relegated from Division 2B last year and found their first campaign back at Junior level tough.

After the first raft of fixtures, An Port Mor found themselves in Division 3B and finished third in the table.

They experienced two good wins over O’Hanlon’s and Mullabrack to reach the semi-finals of the championship, where they lost out to Lissummon.

Photo Credit: John Merry


Clady experienced a tough 2022, finishing second from bottom in the Division 3B league table, just above O’Hanlon’s.

They picked up three victories along the way, beating Mullabrack and Redmond O’Hanlon’s (twice).

They suffered a heavy defeat against one of the favourites Middletown in the opening round of the championship.

Photo Credit: An Port Mor


Killeavy IIs collected some silverware on the final day of the league season, beating Thomas Davis to claim the Division 3B title.

They won 9 of their 15 outings this season and headed into the championship with some momentum.

They lost out to Lissummon in the opening round however after putting in a real battling performance.

Photo Credit: Sinead Snaps


Mullabrack are still developing after the clubs reformation a couple of years ago and they’re continuing to grow.

They finished above Clady and O’Hanlon’s in the league table, finishing on seven points in total.

They were heavily beaten by An Port Mor in the first round of the championship, losing 3-9 to 0-4.

Photo Credit: John Merry


It was a poor season for O’Hanlon’s as they lost all of their 17 games, including their championship opener.

O’Hanlon’s finished bottom of the table but were missing a number of key men throughout the season.

They fell to An Port Mor in the first round of the championship, finishing off a year to forget.

Photo Credit: Derrynoose

Thomas Davis

Thomas Davis will be disappointed they didn’t grab the league title against Killeavy II but it wasn’t to be.

The Newry based club won eight of their 16 league outings but lost out in the opening round of the championship.

Eventual finalists Lissummon proved too strong in the quarter-final and ran out ten point winners, 0-15 to 0-5.

Photo Credit: Thomas Davis