Division 2A Round Up
Cullyhanna extended their lead at the top of the Division 2A table with their ninth victory of the campaign.
On Friday evening, St Patrick’s saw off Tir na nOg, on home turf, by three points in the end. 1-10 to 0-10.
A Daire Carragher goal made all the difference for the hosts. They are three points clear of Culloville at the top of the table.
The Blues done their promotion hopes no harm with an eye catching nine-point win over St Paul’s.
Culloville carried a four point lead into the half time break, leading 0-9 to 1-2 after 30 minutes of action.
However, four goals from the home side after the turnaround meant Culloville claimed the two points on offer, winning 4-12 to 1-12.
St Paul’s are still in the hunt for promotion as they are level on 15 points with Culloville but sit in third place via score difference.
Pearse Og climbed to fourth in the table thanks to a four point home victory against Tullysaran on Friday.
Ruairi Duffy hit the net in their 1-12 to 1-8 win while Gavin Conlon (penalty) raised Tullysaran’s green flag.
Wolfe Tones picked up an important victory in their attempt to fend off relegation fears as they saw off Carrickcruppen.
Two goals from Paudie Judge and Ryan McQuillan helped the Tones earn a slender 2-13 to 1-15 triumph.
Division 2B Round Up
In Division 2B, Cross IIs earned a hard-fought victory over league leaders Keady, winning by the minimum of margins.
The sides were tied at the interval, 0-7 to 1-4, while Johnny Murtagh nabbed a late major to see the Rangers win 1-10 to 1-9.
Annaghmore remain in the hunt for promotion, and they claimed second spot in the table thanks to a two-point win over Middletown.
Annaghmore rattled the net and that made all the difference in the end as they saw out a 1-10 to 0-11 win.