Division 1A – Clann Eireann 2-5 Madden 0-12
Madden came from seven-points down to overcome Clann Eireann, away from home, in Friday night’s Division 1A league clash.
Two goals from Jack Conlon, and points by Aodhan McConville (2) and Danny Magee gave the home side a 2-3 to 0-2 lead.
Madden shot back before the break via Conor Grimley (2) and Ciaran Raffety to narrow the half time margin to four.
Two points apiece from Grimley and Aron McKenna levelled the game before Grimley put the Raparees ahead for the first time.
Donal Rafferty traded scores with Rioghan Meehan before Ryan Henderson equalised with a few minutes remaining.
Madden had the final say however and McKenna knocked over the last, game-winning point and his third of the evening.
Ballymacnab 0-11 Granemore 0-9
Ballymacnab overcame rivals Granemore on Friday evening with two points separating the sides in the end.
The visitors started the brighter, with Pete Carr, Marty Carr, Jason O’Neill and Louis Hughes giving them a 4-1 lead.
Gavin McParland closed the gap while Hughes and Ryan Kennedy traded scores to see Granemore ahead 5-3 at the break.
Ryan Watters swapped scores with Odhran Doyle at the start of the second half while points from Finnen Maguire and Watters levelled matters.
McParland and Watters hit two apiece, split by another Hughes score, to give the Nab a three-point advantage.
Hughes and Marty Carr dwindled the lead down to one before Dominic McParland fired over the final score to give the hosts a two-point win.
Armagh Harps 2-13 Crossmaglen 2-13
Armagh Harps and Crossmaglen played out a dramatic draw on Friday evening, with the Rangers coming from eight down to salvage a point.
Harps opened with two points before Tom O’Kane rattled the net. 1-1 from Luke McKeever then put the hosts 2-3 to 0-1 ahead after just ten minutes.
Four unanswered points from the visitors half the deficit while the teams traded scores, with Conor Lavery chipping in for the Harps.
A Cross goal left a single score the difference before Conn Stevenson raised a white flag. That left the Harps 2-6 to 1-7 in front at half time.
Cross raised another green flag to take the lead for the first time while Ryan McKeown equalised.
O’Kane, McKeown and McKeever traded scores with the opposition in the final quarter to see the sides finish all square.
Elsewhere in Division 1A, Killeavy climbed to the top of the table with a 2-14 to 2-8 win over Mullaghbawn.
Division 1B – Shane O’Neill’s 0-13 Sarsfields 3-9
Sarsfields picked up their fourth win of the season on Friday evening with a five-point victory over Shane O’Neill’s.
Goals from Paul McGeown, Patrick McCavigan and Thomas McAlinden were the main scores for the victors.
Scores from Paul O’Rourke and Ruairi O’Brien (3) got the Shane’s off to a flyer before McGeown opened the visitors account.
The sides then traded scores, two points apiece, before a converted penalty by McGeown levelled the game.
Stephen McArdle slotted over a 45 to give the High Moss men a one-point half time lead, 1-4 to 0-6.
O’Brien levelled matters before McCavigan claimed the second goal of the game. Scores from Pierce McGirr and O’Brien helped narrow the gap.
Kevin McAlinden exchanged scores with O’Brien as O’Rourke did likewise with Callum McGibbon.
A McGeown brace was matched by the hosts to leave two points in it. McAlinden netted late on to ensure the two-points for Sarsfields.
Elsewhere, Silverbridge remain at the top of the table following their 3-6 to 0-10 win over Dromintee.
Clan na Gael earned an eye-catching victory over Maghery, winning 3-11 to 1-9 in the end while St Peter’s saw off Grange 1-13 to 2-4.