Division 3A – Lissummon 1-10 Collegeland 6-13
In Division 3A, Collegeland continued their fantastic start to the season with another eye-catching win, this time against Lissummon.
Collegeland have been in fine goal-scoring form, with Shane Donnelly netting three times in the last two outings.
Donnelly added to his ever-growing tally with another two three-pointers against last year’s beaten Junior finalists.
Bartley Finnegan also nabbed two goals while Cathair McGeary and Ciaran Mallon claimed one apiece as Collegeland earned an 18-point win.
Dorsey 2-5 Clonmore 1-14
A second half goal from Caolan Cunningham saw league leaders Clonmore pick up another two points away from home against Dorsey.
The sides were tied at the half time break, 2-4 to 0-10, with Kevin Kelly and Aidan Mackin rattling the net for the hosts.
But Cunningham’s major after the turnaround helped swing things in Clonmore’s favour as they won by six.
Elsewhere, St Michael’s and Eire Og ended all square, with the final score reading St Michael’s 0-9 Eire Og 2-3.
Division 3B – O’Hanlon’s 2-12 An Port Mor 3-16
An Port Mor continued their outstanding early season form to see off Redmond O’Hanlon’s by seven-points.
It’s their fourth win on the bounce and sees An Port Mor stretch their lead at the top of the table to four.
The Blackwatertown men also claimed recent victories over Mullabrack, Clady and Thomas Davis.
O’Hanlon’s on the other hand suffered their third defeat of the campaign following an opening day draw with Clady.
Three-pointers from Matthew Walsh, Ryan Gorman and Cormac Kieran were the main scores for An Port Mor.
Thomas Davis 1-5 Clann Eireann II 3-13
Clann Eireann II were convincing winners over Thomas Davis on Friday night, with 14-points the difference in the end.
The Lurgan men suffered their first defeat of the campaign against Clady last weekend but bounced back win for the second time this season.
Oscar McKeagney rattled the net in the first half while Ethan McKenna and Rogan McVeigh raised green flags after the turnaround.
Thomas Davis will be hoping to get back on track next weekend after suffering two defeats on the trot.