Division 3A Round Up
Collegeland continued their push for promotion with their third victory of the Division 3A league campaign.
Two goals helped see them past Lissummon on Friday evening as they eventually saw out a 2-14 to 0-8 win.
Lissummon are still fighting off relegation fears as they sit in sixth position in the table, one-point behind St Michael’s.
The Newtown men suffered an away loss against Ballyhegan on Friday, with seven-points separating the sides.
Emmet O’Malley hit both goals for St Michael’s, who were minus a number of their regulars, including a penalty.
Ballyhegan sharpshooter James McCormack also raised two green flags as they secured a 2-15 to 2-8 win.
Ballyhegan remain one of the top contenders for promotion as they trail Collegeland by three, with a game in hand.
Division 3B – An Port Mor 1-14 Redmond O’Hanlon’s 0-11
An Port Mor claimed the Division 3B league title on Friday evening with a six point victory over O’Hanlon’s.
It was their eighth win of the campaign and guarantees promotion to Division 3A for the 2024 season.
Mark Donnelly slotted home the all-important goal late on in the game, set up by David Curran.
An Port Mor led by five points at one stage, but Redmond O’Hanlon’s battled back to level the game.
Donnelly’s goal left the result beyond doubt however and captain Mark Curran collected the Division 3B trophy.
Mullabrack 3-8 Clady 1-15
A last minute goal from Gerard Grimley stole victory from the jaws of defeat for Clady against Mullabrack.
Mullabrack rattled the net from a penalty after two minutes before adding a second goal six minutes later.
Clady kept in touch however with points from Colm Savage, Liam Doyle and Grimley to trail by four at the break. 0-7 to 2-5.
Gerard McGeown narrowed the gap after the turnaround, but Mullabrack kept their noses ahead with a third goal.
Clady trailed by two in the dying minutes, but Grimley stood up claim a goal with the last kick of the game.
Clann Eireann IIs are also vying for the second spot after overcoming Thomas Davis by five, 2-11 to 2-6.