Division 2A – Culloville 0-11 Tullysaran 1-10
Tullysaran continued their impressive winning form in Division 2A, claiming their fourth victory on the trot.
A goal from Kevin Corrigan five minutes from time made all the difference for John Devine’s side.
Tullysaran held a slender 7-5 lead at the break. Gavin Conlon (3), Mark McKeever (2) and Eddie Mallon (2) raising white flags for the visitors.
Midway through the second period, Culloville edged ahead before Corrigan’s vital major saw Tullysaran snatch the win.
Division 2A Round Up
A first goal from Oisin Toner was the key score for Pearse Og as they overcame Wolfe Tones by two-points.
The Ogs held a strong five-point lead at the halfway stage, but the visitors closed the gap with a goal of their own.
Pearse Ogs, playing on home soil, weren’t to be denied however and they picked up a 1-11 to 1-9 victory.
Daire Carragher nailed the all-important goal that helped Cullyhanna edge past Carrickcruppen by the minimum of margins.
Tiernan Kelly netted for Cruppen, who led by two with only minutes remaining. But three late score from St Patrick’s saw them claim a 1-13 to 1-12 victory.
Three goals from Ryan Lawless, Niall McParland (penalty) and Antoin McParland saw St Paul’s overcome Tir na nOg.
This travelling side led 2-10 to 1-6 at the half time interval and finished the game with a 3-13 to 1-12 win.
Division 2B Round Up
Keady were handsome winners over Forkhill on Friday evening, with 21-points the difference at full time.
The home side raced into an early lead and carried a seven-point advantage into the second half, winning 10-3 at the break.
Two goals from Tomas Galvin and James O’Hara saw Keady pull away easy in the second half, winning 2-18 to 0-9.
Derrynoose bounced back following their first defeat of the season to claim their second victory of the campaign.
Paul Hagan’s side saw off Middletown with three-points to spare in the end, seeing out a 0-17 to 2-8 win.