Division 3A & 3B Match Reports – Week Seven

Division 3A – Dorsey 0-9 Lissummon 2-12

Two Steven Matthews goals helped Lissummon pick up their second Division 3A victory of the league campaign.

Seamus Loughran’s side saw off Dorsey by double scores, with nine-points the difference in the end.

Matthews netted in the opening period to see his side head into the half time break with a seven-point cushion. 1-7 to 0-3.

Matthews raised another green flag after the turnaround as last years beaten Junior finalists ran out comfortable winners.

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It adds to the early-season woes experienced by Dorsey, as they’ve yet to pick up a point for their efforts.

They sit at the bottom of the table while at the top, Clonmore maintained their one hundred percent winning record.

Clonmore stretched their winning streak to six on the trot when they hosted Ballyhegan on Friday evening.

The league leaders earned a three-point victory in the end, seeing off Barry Murphy’s side 0-13 to 0-10.

Division 3B Round Up

Mullabrack claimed their first victory of the 2023 Division 3B league campaign when they travelled to Clady on Thursday evening.

Hugh McSorley’s side suffered three defeats on the trot before Thursday’s game, losing to An Port Mor, Clann Eireann II and Thomas Davis in recent weeks.

But their luck all changed against Clady, who had picked up one win in their previous four outings.

Colm Savage got on the end of a long ball in by Sean Savage to raise a green flag for the home team, but it wasn’t enough on the night.

Mullabrack hit a goal of their own through Aidy Trainor, who claimed 1-3, and that helped give them a four-point lead by the time the full-time whistle sounded. Mullabrack winning 1-8 to 1-4.

Elsewhere in Division 3B, Clann Eireann II and O’Hanlon’s couldn’t be separated, drawing 0-13 to 1-10.