Division 3A Round Up
Clonmore bounced back from their first Division 3A defeat of the season last weekend with a one-point win over St Michael’s.
Newtown buried two goals through Conor Watters and Benny Davidson, but it wasn’t enough to get something from the game.
Clonmore notched the final to scores of the encounter to edge over the line by the minimum of margins, 1-13 to 2-9.
Ballyhegan picked up their third victory of the league campaign with a seven-point win over Lissummon.
Goals from James McCormack and James McCann were the main scores for the hosts as they ran out 2-13 to 0-12 winners.
Collegeland saw off Eire Og by five-points on home soil on Friday evening, winning 1-10 to 0-8 in the end.
Division 3B – An Port Mor 1-11 Clady 1-12
Clady earned a massive two-points on Friday evening when they overcame Division 3B table toppers An Port Mor.
Liam Doyle opened the scoring with a goal in the third minute to get the visiting side off to a perfect start.
Clady followed up with points from Ciaran Grimley, Liam Doyle & Colm Savage to storm into a 1-3 to 0-0 lead.
It didn’t take An Port Mor long to get onto scoreboard though and the closed the gap by half time. Clady ahead 1-6 to 0-4.
Clady kept their noses ahead in the second half, although the hosts fought back with a goal from Cormac Kieran.
The sides were tied with ten minutes remaining, but Clady had the final say as Malachy McGeown fired over the winner.
Elsewhere in the division, Clann Eireann IIs claimed their third win of the campaign to join Clady on ten points.
The Lurgan side overcame Mullabrack with five-points to spare in the end, winning 0-17 to 2-6.
Killeavy IIs were five-point winners over Thomas Davis on Friday evening, claiming a 1-13 to 1-8 victory.