Division 2A Round Up
Cullyhanna reclaimed top spot in Division 2A as they saw off Carrickcruppen on Friday evening by three-points.
St Patrick’s picked up their seventh win of the campaign, overcoming the ‘Cruppen challenge 2-7 to 0-11.
They lead St Paul’s at the top of the table on head-to-head, as the Lurgan men also have 14 points to show for their efforts.
Ronan Clarke’s side were worthy winners against Wolfe Tones on Friday, winning 2-10 to 0-3 in the end.
Pearse Ogs pulled three-points clear of the relegation zone with a seven-point win over Tir na nOg on home soil.
The opening half proved a tight enough encounter, with the sides tied midway through with four points apiece.
The home side just edged ahead by the time the short whistle sounded to carry a 0-8 to 0-7 lead into the second half.
Pearse Og stretched that lead by the end of the third quarter before finally pulling away in the final fifteen minutes.
The Ogs registered 1-3 to Tir na nOg’s 0-1 in the final few minutes to earn a seven-point victory.
Shea Freeman claimed the all-important goal that saw Garreth Thornton’s men finished1-15 to 0-11 in front.
Division 2B Round Up
Keady continued their fine form at the top of Division 2B, picking up their eighth win of the season against Middletown.
The home side led from start to finish with a first half goal putting them seven clear at the break, 1-8 to 0-4.
Middletown responded with the first two points of the second period, but that was as close as they could get.
Keady stretched the margin to seven by the time the final whistle sounded, winning 1-13 to 0-9 in the end.
Derrynoose and Annaghmore couldn’t be separated on Friday evening and finished all square, 0-12 to 1-9.
Oisin MacIomhair claimed the three-pointer for the visiting side, who trailed by one-point towards the end of the game.
But Connor Cullen fired over a 45 with the final kick of the game to earn his team a share of the spoils.
Cross IIs overcame Forkhill with two-points to spare, winning on a scoreline of 2-5 to 2-3.