Division 3A & 3B Previews – Gameday 14

Division 2A – All games on Friday at 7.30pm

Clonmore have already claimed the Division 3A title, following their win over Lissummon last weekend, but still have a few games remaining.

It’ll be interesting to see how they approach it, perhaps they’ll look to continue their winning form ahead of championship.

It’s top against bottom this weekend in Division 3A as Clonmore face Dorsey, who are at the foot of the division.

Dorsey have yet to pick up a point, but have been extremely close in a number of their their encounters.

That includes their most recent outing against Ballyhegan. Dorsey lost by just three points, while Lissummon were one point better off one week before that.

Photo Credit: Sally Lennon

Lissummon are back in action this weekend as they take on Collegeland, who are vying for that second spot.

Lissummon are second from bottom, trailing Eire Og and St Michael’s by one-point, so will be keen to get the victory.

Collegeland head into the game with their confidence high, having won their last two games against Eire Og and Newtown.

St Michael’s will be aiming to bounce back from that two point loss on Friday evening when they meet Ballyhegan.

Ballyhegan are in third position and will be challenging for a return to Intermediate football. A win on Friday may leave them a step closer.

Ballyhegan have been in a fine run of form lately, stringing together an unbeaten run of four games (three wins and one draw) since their last defeat.

Division 3B – All games on Friday at 7.30pm

Last weekend, Clady were one point winners over Clann Eireann IIs to claim second place in the Division 3B league table.

A Liam Doyle goal proved decisive that day as Peter Beagan’s men edged a 1-10 to 0-12 victory.

They are back in action once again this weekend as they take on Mullabrack, who are bottom of the table, away from home. 

Mullabrack won the last time these two sides crossed swords, who that will fill the home side full of confidence.

Photo Credit: John Merry

Clann Eireann IIs will be hoping to bounce back from their recent defeat to Clady as they host Thomas Davis. 

The Corrinshego side were unfortunate to loss out to table toppers An Port Mor last weekend, having led by seven at one stage.

But the league leaders fought back to claim a single score victory, and they take on O’Hanlon’s on Friday.

O’Hanlon’s are third from bottom, having picked up a ten point win over Killeavy in their most recent outing.