Division 3A Round Up
Division 3A League champions Clonmore tasted defeat for the second time this season as Ballyhegan proved too strong on the day.
Clonmore, who were without Brendan Donaghy, have already secured promotion to Division 2B for next year.
Ballyhegan will hope they are the team joining them as they are hunting down a top two league finish.
Three goals from the home side saw Ballyhegan emerge victorious, with 11-points the difference in the end.
James McCormack finished with 1-3 to his name while Jack Rafferty and Jamie McKenna also hit the net in their 3-14 to 0-12 win.
Collegeland are in pole position to nab that second spot as they picked up another victory on Sunday afternoon.
They travelled to Dorsey returned home with two-points in the bag following their 4-12 to 2-9 triumph.
Dorsey have already been relegated to Division 3B for next season following a winless campaign so far.
There’s one more relegation spot available at the bottom of the table, which is currently held by Lissummon.
Last year’s Junior Championship finalists lost for the seventh time on Sunday when Eire Og proved too strong.
The Craigavon men, who were away from home, hit three goals to earn a 14-point victory over Lissummon.
Jake Walsh was responsible for two of those three-pointers while Liam Knox also chipped in with a major. Eire Og won 3-14 to 0-9 in the end.
Division 3B Round Up
Division 3B league champions An Port Mor tasted defeat for the third time this season on Friday evening.
Two goals from Killeavy IIs helped Killeavy IIs earn a seven-point victory on a scoreline of 2-12 to 1-8.
The second promotion spot to Division 3A for next season, alongside An Por Mor, is still up for grabs and could well come down to the last day.