Division 3A Round Up
Clonmore claimed promotion back to Division 2B on Friday evening with an eight-point victory over Lissummon.
It marked their ninth win from ten outings this season, and with their head-to-head advantage with Collegeland, their guaranteed top spot.
It’s a league title in the bag as well for Clonmore, with two games against Dorsey and Ballyhegan remaining.
A second half goal from Stefan Green ensured maximum points for the victors, who led for the majority of the game.
They carried a double score lead into the second half, Mark Treanor, Cahal Cunningham, James Grimley and John Grimley helping them to a 12-6 advantage.
Caolan Cunningham chipped in with three points after the turnaround, while Green claimed 1-1 for Clonmore.
The accuracy of Steven Matthews kept Lissummon in touch, but it wasn’t enough to get them something from the game with Clonmore winning 1-16 to 0-11.
Ballyhegan are well in the chase for that final promotion spot following their three-point win over Dorsey.
John Doherty rattled the net for Ballyhegan, and it was his goal that was the difference in the end, 1-12 to 1-9.
It ensures relegation for Dorsey to Division 3B for next season as they can’t reach Lissummon’s tally of seven points with three games left.
Division 3B Round Up
An Port Mor extended their lead at the top of Division 3B when they battled past Thomas Davis on Friday.
They edged through to win by the minimum of margins, having trailed by seven points at one stage in the match.
But goals win games and An Port Mor rattled the net four times, away from home, in their 4-9 to 2-14 win.
Jack Mullen raised the final green flag which won the game, while Ryan Gorman, Mark Donnelly and Peter Nixon also hit the net.
It was a crushing blow for Thomas Davis, with Caolan Flannagan and Adam Loughran claiming their majors.
Redmond O’Hanlon’s picked up a third victory of the season, overcoming Killeavy IIs 2-15 to 0-11.