A range of different players got on the scoresheet in round two of the Senior Championship and a number put up big scores.
Ballymacnab have the biggest return of the weekend. They hit the net four times in their 4-14 to 0-8 win over Dromintee.
Silverbridge put up a great score against Armagh Harps, claiming three goals in their 3-14 to 0-8 victory.
Clan na Gael came next as they defeated Mullaghbawn 3-13 to 3-9. The Clans hit 3-10 of their tally in the second half.
Shane McPartlan was once again the score-getter for the Blues. He is out on his own at the top of the Senior Championship scoring charts.
McPartlan hit 1-7 in Clan na Gael’s draw with Crossmaglen in round one and claimed the same haul last weekend.
His second half penalty got Clans back on level terms just as Mullaghbawn had hit the net at the other end.
McPartlan is top of the hot shots list with 2-14 in two games, followed by Conor Turbitt in second place.
‘Turbo’ recorded an eye-catching tally of 0-10 as Clann Eireann began their campaign with a 15-point win over St Peter’s.
Turbitt didn’t raise as many white flags in round two but chipped in with 0-4 as his side saw off Grange.
The biggest personal tally kicked in round two came from Tiarnan Murphy. His claimed 3-2 as Silverbridge defeated the Harps.
Murphy also struck a point in round one, bringing his overall tally to 3-3. Rian O’Neill is next on the list, having raised his first green flag last weekend against Sarsfields.
O’Neill finished with 1-2 in their 2-12 to 0-5 victory, adding to his 0-5 tally from their first round with Clans.
Kevin Robinson (Maghery), Eddie English (Mullaghbawn) and Louis Hughes (Granemore) have all hit 0-9 in two games.
Rory Grugan rattled the net for Ballymacnab against Dromintee, making his total 1-6 for across their two outings.
Miceal McNamee has raised eight white flags for Killeavy. Jack Grugan’s haul of 2-2 at the weekend sees him added to the hot shots list while Daire Mallon has nailed 1-5 for Grange.