Division 2A & 2B Match Reports – Week 14

Division 2A Round Up

Cullyhanna continued their promotion push with their tenth Division 2A win of the season as they saw off Tullysaran.

St Patrick’s are now three-points clear at the top of the table, with Culloville there nearest contenders.

Two goals from Jason and Gavan Duffy paved the way for a convincing Cullyhanna win as they earned a 2-14 to 0-7 victory.

Culloville continued their fine form as they were worthy seven point away winners against Carrickcruppen.

Photo Credit: Jason Duffy

Two first half goals for the Blues put them four-point to the good when the half time whistle blew, 2-4 to 0-6.

Both sides rattled the net after the turnaround, but it was Culloville who earned the two-points on offer. The game finished 4-12 to 2-11.

Fergal Kieran grabbed two goals while Dara Quinn and Taidgh O’Neill raised the other two green flags.

Tir na nOg secured a massive two-points on Thursday evening when they overcame Wolfe Tones 2-9 to 0-9.

Division 2B Round Up

Keady bounced back from last week’s one-point defeat to claim a two-point win over Belleek on Sunday.

The victory sees Simon McGeary’s side guaranteed a top two finish and promotion to Division 2A.

A first half goal for Belleek gave them a fighting chance, but the Keady carried a 0-8 to 1-3 lead into the second half.

Both sides split the posts six times in the second period as Keady maintained their two-point advantage to win 0-14 to 1-9.

Annaghmore remain in second place and picked up a draw in a six-goal thriller with Cross IIs.

Photo Credit: Sinead Snaps

The Rangers led by four at the break, 2-8 to 0-10. They claimed a third goal after the turnaround, with Ruairi O’Neill, Aodhan O’Callaghan and Caolan Dooley hitting the net.

Annaghmore hit a trio of majors themselves, all coming in the second half. Rhys Devlin and Conor McCann raised green flags while they also earned a fortunate own goal.

They game finished 4-13 apiece, which sees Crossmaglen IIs sit just behind Derrynoose in the league table.

Derrynoose picked up a one-point home win as they edged past Forkhill by the minimum, 0-18 to 1-14.

The sides were tied near the end of the game, but Derrynoose talisman Conor McNally fisted over the winning score.

Whitecross overcame Middletown 1-15 to 1-7 with Aidan Finnegan claiming the home sides goal.