Division 3A & 3B Previews – Gameday 4

Division 3A – All games on Sunday at 2pm

Clonmore have made the perfect start to life in Division 3B, following last years relegation, having won both of their opening two games.

They sit at the top of the table and have the chance to extend their winning streak to three on the bounce against Lissummon this weekend.

Seamus Loughran’s side will be full of confidence however, having picked up two-points against Ballyhegan last weekend.

Goals from sharpshooters Steven Matthews and Michael Robinson handed Lissummon a 2-9 to 0-12 victory.

It’s been a difficult start for Ballyhegan, having lost two on the bounce to St Michael’s and most recently Lissummon.

They have the chance to get their season back on track on Sunday when they host Dorsey, who haven’t played at all this year.

Dorsey, with former player Barry Loughran now at the helm, are without Conor Moley and Padraig Cumiskey this season.

Two goals from Shane Donnelly saw Collegeland get their season up and running with a victory over Eire Og.

They host St Michael’s this weekend, who head into the game off the back of a six-point defeat to Clonmore.

Photo Credit: Collegeland

Division 3B – All games on Sunday at 2pm

There’s an early season top of the table clash this Sunday with An Port Mor hosting Thomas Davis.

Cormac Kieran netted for the Blackwatertown men last weekend as they picked up a two-point win over Clady.

Similarly, Thomas Davis earned their second win of the campaign, thanks to a three-pointer from Caolan Flannagan.

That was against last years Division 3A league champions Killeavy IIs, who take on O’Hanlon’s this Sunday.

Photo Credit: Sinead Snaps

O’Hanlon’s started their campaign with a share of the spoils against Clady before suffering a heavy defeat to Thomas Davis.

Clady will be eyeing up their first win of the season having drawn their two first games before losing to An Port Mor.

They take on a Clann Eireann IIs team that will be full of confidence. The Lurgan men beat Mullabrack last weekend, thanks to goals from Ethan McKenna and Niall O’Neill.