U21 Intermediate Championship
Carrickcruppen continued their fine start to the u21 championship campaign as they picked up their third win on the trot.
Having already saw off Tullysaran and Forkhill, ‘Cruppen claimed top spot in the group to advance to the knockout stages.
Eoin Kane (2) and Ben Matthews rattled home goals as Carrickcruppen eased past Pearse Og, 3-23 to 1-7.
In Group A of the Intermediate Championship, Tullysaran picked up their first victory of the campaign.
Having lost to table toppers Carrickcruppen last weekend, by 12-points, they bounced back in round two.
Tullysaran just edged past Forkhill on home turf with four the difference in the end 2-10 to 0-12.
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Last years beaten u19 Senior Championship finalists Mullaghbawn earned their third victory on the trot.
Having already saw off Granemore and Craobh Ciaran, Mullaghbawn overcame Wolfe Tones on Sunday afternoon.
Joe McCann (2) and Conor Loye both raised green flags as Mullaghbawn saw out a 3-14 to 1-8 victory.
Shane O’Neill’s picked up an eye-catching win in that group as well. They proved much too strong for Granemore and triumphed 6-14 to 3-8.
Naomh Colum overcame St Patrick’s Cullyhanna by nine-points in the only Group C game of the weekend. They won 2-12 to 0-9 as Fionntan Lavery and Oisin O’Neill raised green flags.
Tir na nOg claim top spot in Group D as they kept their 100% championship record with a third victory.
Having trounced St Peter’s and Ballymacnab in recent weeks, Culloville give the Portadown men a sterner test.
But still, Tir na nOg, led by Armagh player Oisin Conaty, proved a step above and they won by seven in the end.
Conaty finished with a personal tally of 1-6, netting inside the opening couple of seconds of the game and led Tir na nOg to a 1-16 to 2-6 win.