92 different players scored for their clubs throughout an action-packed opening weekend of the Senior Football Championship.
Clann Eireann scored the most in the final game of the weekend, racking up an eye-catching tally of 0-18.
The Division 1A league champions also had the best defensive record of the first round, holding St Peter’s to just 0-3.
Conor Turbitt was the man on form for the Lurgan side and he top scored on the night with a personal haul of 0-10.
That tally leaves him joint top of the Senior Championship scoring charts, as Shane McPartlan recorded the same score.
McPartlan’s late goal earned his side a share of the spoils when they hosted Crossmaglen on Saturday night.
The Clan na Gael midfielder finished the encounter, which ended 1-13 to 0-16, with 1-7 to his name.
Next in line
Just behind the two leading lights is Paul McGeown and Eddie English who both hit 0-6 in the same game.
Sarsfields overcame Mullaghbawn with two-points the difference in the end. McGeown and English raised 12 white flags equally between them.
English’s fine first half form had Mullaghbawn well ahead at half time, leading by six points. But Sarsfields, playing on home turf, bounced back in the second half.
McGeown was a reliable presence in full forward and his scoring tally helped the High Moss men back into the game.
Aron McKenna recorded 1-2 in the first game of the weekend as Madden overcame Division 1B league winners Silverbridge.
Ryan Watters chipped in with the same score for Ballymacnab as they saw off Maghery with six to spare on Sunday.
Rian O’Neill was responsible for 0-5 of Crossmaglen’s final tally on Saturday evening in their draw with Clan na Gael.
Ben Toal finished with a haul of 0-5 for Grange as they pushed Granemore all the way in the opening round.