There were some impressive individual scoring tallies posted across the third round of the Intermediate Championship.
Nobody scored more over the weekend than Tir na nOg who fired 4-13 past Pearse Og to top the group.
Annaghmore, in the same group, recorded just one-point below that tally as they overcame Whitecross 3-15 to 2-10.
St Patrick’s hit 1-19 against Tullysaran and Armagh sharpshooter Aidan Nugent was responsible for 1-8.
Nugent is currently joint top scorer in the Intermediate Championship and has recorded 2-17 in three games.
Connor Cullen ended their leaderboard for his scoring haul last weekend and jumps right up to second place.
Cullen rattled off 3-7 for Annaghmore in round three, bringing his overall tally for the campaign to 3-14.
James O’Hara remains Keady’s main scoring threat and he once again led the way as they saw off Cross IIs.
O’Hara claimed his second goal of the championship campaign and he has hit an impressive 2-15 so far.
Derrynoose sharpshooter Conor McNally has been in terrific form in recent weeks, and he is fourth in our hot shot leaderboard.
His tally of 0-7 helped them past Carrickcruppen in round two while he helped himself to 1-9 against Forkhill. McNally has accounted for 1-18 in the championship.
Eoin Woods sits just below him in the leaderboard having been Carrickcruppen’s top scorer so far with 1-16.
Oisin Conaty has rattled the net four times in the championship, and he has recorded a personal haul of 4-6.
Mark McKeever added to his growing tally for Tullysaran last weekend and has amounted 0-18 in the championship.
Jamie Haughey (Wolfe Tones) has posted 1-14 in three games while Gavin Conlon (Tullysaran) currently sits on 2-10.
Dara Quinn has been the main scorer for Culloville with 0-15 while Andrew Murrin has hit 3-6 for St Paul’s.