Division 2A Round Up
At the top of the table in Division 2A, Culloville claimed the number one spot after a convincing win over Tir na nOg.
The Blues, who won the Division 2B league title last season, were worthy 19-points winners on the night.
Culloville had the game wrapped up at half time with 11 the difference. They ran out 2-19 to 0-6 winners.
St Paul’s sit just below in joint-second place in the table, sharing the same number of points as St Patrick’s (13).
Ronan Clarke’s side saw off Tullysaran away from home, with five-points separating the teams in the end.
The Lurgan men led by six at the break and two second half goals from Tullysaran couldn’t upset the result.
Eoin McConville, Darren Fox and Ryan Lawless done the majority of the scoring for St Paul’s as they ran out 0-20 to 2-9 winners.
Division 2B – Forkhill 0-11 Keady 5-4
Goals win games and that was the case for Keady as they strengthened their lead at the top of Division 2B against Forkhill.
Five three-pointers led the way for Simon McGeary’s men as they picked up their sixth win of the season.
Three first half majors from James King (2) and James O’Hara handed Keady a 3-2 to 0-6 half time lead.
Further goals after the turnaround stretched the lead for the travelling side, with Odhran Fullerton and Oisin Keenan hitting the net.
Division 2B Round Up
Annaghmore are Keady’s closest challengers at the top of the table and they overcame Whitecross by three-points, 0-12 to 0-9.
Belleek sit on the same number of points as Annaghmore, 12, following their one-point win over Middletown.
The visiting side edged out the victory by the minimum of margins, winning 1-15 to 1-14 in the end.
Elsewhere, Derrynoose and Crossmaglen IIs couldn’t be separated and finished tied at the full-time whistle, 0-12 apiece.
Derrynoose, playing on home soil, led by double scores at the halfway mark, 0-8 to 0-4, but the Rangers pulled it back after the turnaround.