Division 3A Round Up
St Michael’s were handsome winners over Dorsey in Wednesday evening’s Division 3A clash, with 21-points the difference in the end.
Benny Davidson and Shane Harte claimed the three-pointers for the visitors who won 2-22 to 1-4 in the end.
The victory leaves Newtown in third place in the table, chasing the top two in Clonmore and Collegeland.
The top two teams faced off on Friday evening and like their first meeting, just one-point separated them at full time.
Clonmore, playing on home turf this time, just shaded the encounter to extend their winning streak to seven in a row.
Sean Casey nailed their three-pointer, while Jason Kelly raised a green flag for the Collegeland, finishing 1-11 to 1-10.
That leaves Clonmore had the top of the Division 3A table, six clear of Collegeland, their nearest chasers.
Division 3B – O’Hanlon’s 0-12 Clady 1-14
Clady picked up their second victory of the Division 3B league campaign as they saw off Redmond O’Hanlon’s.
The sides drew on the opening day of the season, 0-14 to 1-11, but Clady had enough to earn maximum points this time around.
The visiting side took the lead early on in the game and never looked back, winning by five in the end.
Colm Savage nabbed a goal in the first half as Clady stormed to a 1-10 to 0-6 advantage at the halfway point.
Liam Doyle (6) and Gerard Grimley (4) shared 0-10 between them. Sean Toner, Ciaran Grimley, Malachy and Sean Savage also got on the scoresheet.
Division 3B Round Up
An Port Mor remain at the top of the Division 3B league table following their draw with Clann Eireann IIs.
The Lurgan side are the only team to beat An Port Mor to date, winning well when they last met, 1-19 to 0-11.
But on Friday evening, the sides were tied 1-13 apiece in the end, with Cormac Kieran hitting the net for the home side.
Killeavy IIs picked up their third win of the season when they overcame Mullabrack with three to spare, 0-10 to 1-4.