Division 3A Round Up
There were only two games in Division 3A on Friday night and they both proved to be extremely tight affairs.
Ballyhegan and Eire Og couldn’t be separated, drawing 2-11 to 3-8 in the end to earn a share of the spoils.
James McCormack continued his fine goalscoring form for Ballyhegan while James McKeever claimed their other three-pointer.
Eire Og claimed three goals of their own to notch a draw. Both Ben McConville (2) and Pauric Mallon hitting the net.
The Craigavon men remain in third place in the Division 3A league table, trailing Clonmore and Collegeland at the top.
The one-point saw Ballyhegan climb out of the relegation zone, level on seven points with Lissummon. But they lead last year’s JFC beaten finalists via score difference.
Lissummon lost out by the minimum of margins on Friday evening, with St Michael’s earning a one-point win.
Pearse Woods claimed the game winning three-pointer for Newtown as they earned a 1-11 to 0-13 away win.
That was a fourth victory of the year for St Michael’s and leaves Seamus O’Callaghan’s men in midtable, joining Eire Og on eight points.
Mullabrack and Killeavy IIs contested the only Division 3B game of the weekend on Friday evening.
Mullabrack rattled home four goals to pick up their second victory of the Division 3A league campaign.
Liam Rice top scored for the home side and came away with a hattrick to his name to help Mullabrack over the line.
Conor McCann claimed the other major as the hosts earned a three-point victory, 4-6 to 1-12 in the end.
Mullabrack remain at the bottom of the table but now trail Redmond O’Hanlon’s, who sit above them, by just two points.
Killeavy IIs remain in the middle of the table, four-point off league leaders An Port Mor and one-point behind Clady and Clann Eireann IIs.