Division 2A – Pearse Og 0-9 Culloville 2-4
Culloville were crowned Division 2A league champions on Friday evening when they saw off Pearse Og by one.
In a low scoring affair, it was a late Fergal Kieran goal that rescued the result for the Blues and secured promotion.
The Ogs were ahead by the minimum of margins when the half time whistle sounded, 0-6 to 1-2.
And the home side still had their noses ahead late on before that final Kieran major earned victory for Culloville.
Wolfe Tones 1-11 Tullysaran 1-11
Wolfe Tones suffered relegation to Division 2B while Tullysaran secured their status as the pair drew on Friday night.
The visitors made the brighter start, racing into a four-point lead early on through Ryan Conlon and Eddie Mallon (3).
Wolfe Tones levelled things up with a trio of points but 1-1 from Mallon at the end of the half gave his side a four-point half time lead.
Gavin Conlon extended the lead to five early in the second half, but the Tones replied immediately pointing a free kick.
A quickfire 1-1 from the hosts tied things up and Gavin Conlon and Mark McKeever saw their efforts matched as the game finished all square.
Tir na nOg 0-15 Carrickcruppen 0-12
Tir na nOg will join Wolfe Tones in Division 2B as they also suffered relegation, despite defeating Carrickcruppen.
The home side carried a three-point lead into the half time break after a strong first half showing, 0-9 to 0-6.
Cruppen levelled things up after the turnaround with the first three scores of the second period before Oisin Conaty put Tir na nOg in front again.
The sides tagged on a number of scores each before Conaty landed the last point of the game to see Tir na nOg win by three.
Elsewhere, St Paul’s picked up a narrow victory over St Patrick’s, with one the difference in the end, 0-13 to 0-12.