There were plenty of eye-catching scores put up in the second round of the Junior Championship last weekend.
2019 Junior champions Collegeland recorded the biggest tally of the weekend as they hit 3-18 against O’Hanlon’s.
Ballyhegan, who finished second in Division 3A, came just behind as they recorded a huge total of 4-14.
They also have the best defensive record for the second round as they conceded just 1-2 against Mullabrack.
Like last week, Steven Matthews remains top of the Junior Championship hot shot list following another fine performance.
The Lissummon sharpshooter nailed 0-8 in round one but was responsible for 1-9 against Clady in the second round.
His converted penalty late on sealed the deal for Lissummon as they ran out five-point winners, 1-14 to 0-12.
Ethan McKenna has had two fine weekends for Clann Eireann IIs and is currently the top goal scorer in the Junior Championship.
He hit 2-1 in round one against Eire Og and followed that up with another 1-3 in their six-point win over An Port Mor.
Both Jason Kelly and James McCormack are tied for third spot having recorded 2-7 apiece in their two appearances.
Both players hit 0-1 in their opening weekend, and both nailed 2-6 for their respective teams in the second round.
Adam Canavan has been the main scoring threat for O’Hanlon’s in the championship. He hit 0-5 in round one and followed it up with a haul of 1-3 against Collegeland.
Gerard Grimley has fired over 0-10 in Clady’s two outings while Michael McVerry is Dorsey’s top scorer with 0-8.
McVerry has claimed 0-4 in their two games against Mullabrack and Thomas Davis. Aidan Mackin has chipped in for Dorsey as well, hitting 0-7.
Caolan Laverty has been the main man for Killeavy IIs, recording 1-4 while Liam Doyle has hit 0-7 for Clady.