Division 3A Round Up
Eire Og upset the odds in Division 3A as they handed league leaders Clonmore their first defeat of the season.
Six points was the difference in the end as the Craigavon men picked up their third win of the campaign.
Eire Og, playing on home turf, won 3-12 to 1-12 in the end. Callen Doran, Jake Walsh and Ciaran Corey nailed the all-important three-pointers.
That sees Eire Og climb to third in the table, while Clonmore remain six points clear at the top.
Lissummon picked up a one-point victory on Friday evening, seeing off Dorsey by the minimum, 2-9 to 0-14.
Garrett Rafferty claimed both of the three-pointers for last season’s beaten Junior Championship finalists.
The victory leaves Lissummon just behind Eire Og on score difference while Dorsey remain bottom of the table.
Division 3B – Clady 1-9 Killeavy II 0-6
Clady earned their third of the Division 3B league campaign with a home victory over Killeavy IIs.
Clady opened the scoring with a point from Sean Savage and followed it up with another by Liam Doyle.
Savage clipped over a second score before Killeavy IIs finally opened their account after 15 minutes of play.
Clady carried a two-point lead into the half time interval, with the scoreboard reading Clady 0-5 Killeavy II 0-3.
Killeavy narrowed the gap to one shortly after the half time break with a converted 45 from their goalkeeper.
Clady’s netminder, Ciaran Savage, made two super saves in the second period to keep his side ahead.
Ciaran Grimley struck the only three-pointer of the contest to see Clady clear by six points at full time.
Liam Doyle hit 0-3 for the home side while Sean and Colm Savage, Kieran Connelly and Gerard Grimley were also on target.
Elsewhere, An Port Mor extended their lead at the top of the table with their sixth victory of the campaign.
Goals from Mark Donnelly, Jack Hughes and Cormac Kieran saw them ease past Mullabrack, 3-17 to 0-8.
O’Hanlon’s secured their second victory of the season with an impressive 0-19 to 0-15 win over Thomas Davis.