Division 3A & 3B Match Reports – Week Four

Division 3A – Clonmore 2-10 Lissummon 1-8

Clonmore continued their impressive form at the top of the Division 3A league table with third win on the trot.

After victories over Eire Og and Ballyhegan, Clonmore followed it up with a five-point win over Lissummon.

The sides couldn’t be separated at the end of the first half and headed into the break tied on 1-3 apiece.

Both sides converted penalties in the first half. Sean Quigley tucked away Clonmore’s while Steven Matthews rattled the net for Lissummon.

Clonmore added another three-pointer after the turnaround, this time from James Grimley, to win by five points.

Division 3A Round Up

Elsewhere in Division 3A, Ballyhegan picked up their first points of the campaign as they saw off Dorsey.

Two goals either side of the break made all the difference for Ballyhegan, with Kevin McCann rattled the net before half time.

James McCormack, who top scored for the hosts with 1-9 on the day, slotted home their second goal after the turnaround.

Collegeland proved too strong for St Michael’s, earning a ten-point victory, with the game finishing 1-14 to 1-4.

Emmet O’Malley finished with 1-1 for Newtown, while Aidan Davidson claimed their other three points.

Division 3B – An Port Mor 4-8 Thomas Davis 0-11

Four goals from star man Cormac Kieran earned An Port Mor an impressive nine-point home win against Thomas Davis.

It’s the third win on the trot for the An Port Mor men, having saw off Mullabrack and Clady in the early rounds.

Thomas Davis were in good form ahead of this game as well as they also won their first two outings.

But Kieran was the difference between the sides in the end and his four three-pointers see An Port Mor shot to the top of the table.

Killeavy IIs were narrow one-point winners against Redmond O’Hanlon’s, coming through by 1-9 to 1-8.