Division 1A – Clann Eireann 0-8 Killeavy 1-5
Killeavy claimed the final two scores of the game to earn a draw against Clann Eireann in their Division 1A meeting.
A second half goal from Ronan McGuinness helped the visitors, who trailed for the majority of the game.
Ruairi McDonald was in terrific form early on for Clann Eireann and rattled off the first three points (two frees).
Miceal McNamee popped over two scores to narrow the gap before McDonald added a fourth. That handed Clann Eireann a 4-2 lead at the break.
Jack Conlon and Daniel Magee stretched the home lead with two points in the opening five minutes of the second period.
But McGuinness’ goal handed Killeavy a lifeline and they followed it up with a Callum O’Hare score to level the game.
Conor McConville (free) and Ryan Henderson put the hosts back in front. But Killeavy snatched a draw with scores from McNamee and Shane Kavanagh.
Crossmaglen 3-12 Mullaghbawn 0-10
Crossmaglen saw off Mullaghbawn by 11-points on home turf, with two goals coming in the opening half.
Caolan Finnegan and Jamie Clarke rattled the net before the break to give the Rangers a 2-6 to 0-6 half time advantage.
Paul Hughes, the Cross captain for the game, added a third three-pointer during the second period.
Division 1B – Sarsfields 1-8 Maghery 0-6
A late goal from substitute Patrick McCavigan guaranteed Sarsfields maximum points against Maghery.
The hosts were already ahead by two late in the game, but McCavigan’s goal left the result beyond doubt.
Thomas McAlinden and Colin Stevenson traded scores with Stefan Forker and Kevin Robinson early on.
James McAlinden saw his score cancelled out by Ronan Bradagh while Padraig O’Keefe and Forker put the visitors ahead 5-3 at half time.
Paul McGeown exchanged efforts with O’Keefe before a brace from McGeown got Sarsfields on level terms.
A converted 45 from Stephen McArdle and another score from Kevin McAlinden put Sarsfields two ahead.
And with the final score of the game, the High Moss men hit the net through McCavigan to pick up the win.
Division 1B Round Up
Elsewhere, two goals apiece from Ryan Hughes Jnr and Niall Courtney saw Dromintee ease past Grange.
Hughes hit his first five minutes into the game and Dromintee carried a three-point lead into the break.
The hosts pulled further ahead during the second period and came away with a 4-15 to 1-9 victory.
Silverbridge continued their winning run when they saw off Clan na Gael by nine-points, 2-14 to 1-8.
Jamie Martin claimed the first three-pointer while Sean Conlon also rattled the net for Colm Nally’s side.
St Peter’s earned a six-point win over Shane O’Neill’s with two goals making all the difference, 2-9 to 0-9.