After another round of the Intermediate Championship, a couple more players added their teams to the hot shot list.
St Patrick’s racked up the biggest scoring haul of the second round, winning 3-18 to 1-6 against Middletown.
St Paul’s also hit three goals in round two as they battled past Forkhill, away from home, to win 3-12 to 2-9.
Pearse Og had the best defensive record of round two of the Intermediate Championship. They conceded just 0-6 in their three-point win over Whitecross.
James O’Hara currently leads the way at the top of the hot shots lists, having hit 1-12 across two games.
Two weeks in a row, O’Hara has nailed a late score to secure Keady a draw. He scored 0-7 in round one and followed it up with 1-5 against Wolfe Tones last weekend.
Dara Quinn (Culloville) and Mark McKeever (Tullysaran) are next in line having it 0-13 each in two outings.
Quinn led the charge for the Blues in round two as they shaded their encounter with Cross IIs. He hit 0-10 of their 1-14 tally.
McKeever been the main scoring threat for Tullysaran so far in the championship. He hit 0-5 in the first round and followed it up with 0-8 last weekend.
Eoin Woods has also recorded 1-10. He hit 0-5 last weekend when Carrickcruppen fell to Derrynoose, adding to his haul of 1-5 from the first day out.
Aidan Nugent once again top scored for Cullyhanna as they saw off Middletown with ease. He hit 1-4, adding to his tally of 0-5 from round one.
Andrew Murnin has been in fine goalscoring form. He claimed two the last day out against Forkhill, bringing his overall tally to 3-2.
Jamie Haughey has been leading the way for Wolfe Tones and has recorded 1-8. Oisin Conaty didn’t score against Annaghmore but hit 2-4 in round one.
Oisin MacIomhair has top scored for Annaghmore two weeks in a row and has a personal haul of 0-10 after two games.