Division 2A – St Patrick’s 4-14 Wolfe Tones 1-17
St Patrick’s earned their second win of the Division 2A league campaign, seeing off Wolfe Tones with ease.
Cullyhanna saw off Pearse Ogs in the opening round, with one-point to spare and followed that on with an impressive round two win.
The home side rattled the net four times in the game, to see Cullyhanna led by 16-points in the end.
Caolan Reavey claimed two three-pointers, while Pearse Casey and Tony Donnelly (penalty) also raised green flags.
St Paul’s 2-12 Carrickcruppen 1-11
Last year’s beaten Intermediate Championship finalists St Paul’s picked up their second win of the season.
Ronan Clarke’s side saw off 2021 Intermediate winners Carrickcruppen by four-points in the end.
A first half goal from Sean Toman put the Lurgan men four points to the good at half time. They led 1-9 to 1-5.
Niall McParland found the net for the visitors after the turnaround from the penalty spot to seal the deal.
Elsewhere, Culloville defeated Pearse Og by the minimum of margins to extend their unbeaten run.
The Ogs netted early on through Ruairi Duffy and the sides were tied 1-2 to 0-5 at half time. The Blues rattled the net twice after half time and won by one in the end.
Division 2B – Whitecross 0-12 Derrynoose 1-9
Whitecross and Derrynoose couldn’t be separated on Sunday afternoon, with a Conor McNally free earning the visitors a share of the spoils.
Three points from Conor Reidy, Cathal McSherry and Aodhan Lynch gave Whitecross an early lead, before Derrynoose responded with a free.
The traveling side then shot ahead, with Davy McCreesh slotting home a rebound after Aaron Lennon had saved the initial penalty.
That allowed Derrynoose to hold a slender 1-3 to 0-5 lead at half time, but McSherry levelled matters early in the second half.
The McSherry brothers, Cathal and Neil, raised white flags before Mickey Nugent tied the game.
Cathal McSherry put Whitecross two in front, but two late frees from Derrynoose saw the game end level.
Division 2B Round Up
Elsewhere, Belleek came from two-points down at the halfway stage to win by three against Cross IIs.
James McParland netted in the second half as the visiting side earned a three-point victory, 1-14 to 0-14.
Keady hammered Middletown 2-18 to 2-4, with two first half goals from James King and Oisin Keenan putting them 14-points up at half time.
Middletown rallied in the second period and hit two goals of their own through Chris McCann and Marty Moan to close the gap.
A late goal from Ciaran MacIomhair earned Annaghmore a four-point win over Forkhill, 1-12 to 0-11.