Division 2A Round Up
St Paul’s climbed to joint-top of the Division 2A league table on Friday evening with a convincing win over Wolfe Tones.
The home side carried a nine-point lead into the second half and pulled away to win 2-18 to 0-8.
Goals either side of the halfway stage helped St Paul’s to victory. Odhran Magill and Niall McCorry both hit the net.
Cullyhanna, the other team on 10 points at the top of the table, suffered their second defeat of the campaign.
Two goals from hosts Culloville were the difference between the sides as they saw out a 2-8 to 0-8 win.
Tir na nOg earned a hard fought two-point win over Tullysaran, with Conor McCormac’s goal the game-winning score. Tir na nOg won 2-7 to 1-12.
Two second half goals secured a sensational comeback by Carrickcruppen to earn a one-point win over Pearse Og.
The Ogs led by seven at half time, 10-3, but goals from Eoin Woods and Cathal O’Grady helped Cruppen win 0-15 to 2-10.
Division 2B – Forkhill 2-14 Cross II 1-10
Odhran Campbell and Cormac Toner netted for Forkhill as they claimed a seven-point win over Cross II.
It was a fairly tight encounter between the sides, but Toner’s late goal put the result beyond doubt.
Campbell’s goal after six minutes kept the Rangers had arm’s length and helped Forkhill to a 1-6 to 0-7 half time lead.
Finn McCormack stretched the margin to three before Cross levelled the game with a converted penalty.
Cross then edged ahead with two on the trot before Toner and Barry Shannon put the hosts back on level terms.
Owen Donaghy, Shannon, Shea Coleman and Marcus McKeown put Forkhill four ahead as Toner raised the final green flag of the evening.
Division 2B Round Up
Annaghmore and Keady couldn’t be separated at the top of the table and played out an even draw on Friday evening.
A first half goal from Tomas Galvin left Keady five ahead at the break, 1-8 to 0-6. But Annaghmore produced a second half fight back to draw 0-14 to 1-11.
Goals from Marty Maguire and Charlie McArdle earned Middletown their first win of the year as they beat Derrynoose 2-9 to 0-14.
Belleek handed Whitecross their third defeat on the trot when they edged Friday’s derby tie by one-point, 0-11 to 1-7.