Division 3A & 3B Match Reports – Week Eight

Division 3A Round Up

Eire Og climbed to second place in the Division 3A league table on Friday evening with a one-point win over Dorsey.

The Craigavon side shaded victory by the minimum of margins to pick up their second win of the season.

Dorsey suffered their sixth consecutive defeat of the campaign, losing in the end 1-8 to 1-9. They remain at the bottom of the table.

Jake Walsh claimed the all-important goal while Eoin McKee top scored with 0-4. Chrissy Larkin (2), John Cochrane, Callen Doran and Ciaran Corey also got on the scoresheet.

Ballyhegan picked up their second win of the season with a four-point victory over Collegeland on Sunday.

Ballyhegan won 4-8 to 0-16, with James McCormack, Shane Morgan and Kevin McCann all hitting the net for the winners.

Oliver Murphy clipped over a number of free before the end, but Ballyhegan already had the two-points wrapped up.

Photo Credit: Eire Og

Division 3B Round Up

Thomas Davis claimed their fourth win of the Division 3B league campaign, seeing off Clady on Friday evening.

Thomas Davis, who sit just two-points behind league leaders An Port Mor in the league table, won 1-8 to 0-6.

The home side netted just before the half time interval, with the goal coming from David Hankin putting them in the driving seat.

Just two players got on the scoresheet for Clady, with Liam Doyle and Gerard Grimley both hitting two points each.

Redmond O’Hanlon’s lifted themselves off the bottom of the Division 3B league table with a win over Mullabrack on Friday night.

The two sides were locked on two points each at the foot of the division. O’Hanlon’s claimed a 12-point victory.

O’Hanlon’s, playing on home soil, earned their first victory of the campaign with a 2-16 to 0-10 win.

Killeavy IIs were slender one-point winners on Friday evening when they hosted Clann Eireann IIs.

The home side edged a five-goal contest by the minimum of margins, winning on a scoreline of 3-6 to 2-8 in the end.