U21 Senior Championship
Clan na Gael claimed top spot in Group A of the u21 Senior Championship with two hard fought victories in three days.
On Friday evening in Davitt Park, Clan na Gael overcame Madden before defeating Killeavy on Sunday.
An early goal from Darragh Hughes gave Madden the lead but Clan na Gael rallied to his three-points on the trot.
Matthew Lennon and Shea Vallely swapped scores before Lennon and James Austin pointed. That gave the home side a 0-6 to 1-1 lead at the half time interval.
Darragh McMullen narrowed the gap after the turnaround, but his score was matched by Lennox Camara.
Pauric Morgan and McMullen split the posts to tie things up while the sides continued to trade scores.
Eoin Grimley edged Madden ahead with a pointed free but Austin slotted over an equalising score.
Clans then captured the two-points on offer with a goal in the final few minutes from Lennon. The defeat saw Madden crash out of the competition.
Similarly on Sunday, it was a late goal from Ronan McAlinden that confirmed victory as Clan na Gael beat Killeavy 1-12 to 0-10.
Crossmaglen qualified for the knockout stages of the competition as they saw off Clann Eireann 5-10 to 3-10.
Caolan Dooley hit the net in the first half as the Rangers led 1-7 to 1-5 at the break. Aodhan and Dara O’Callaghan along with Aaron O’Neill raised green flags in the second half.
U21 Intermediate Championship
Mullaghbawn booked their place in the quarter-finals of the u21 Intermediate Championship with a two-point win over Carrickcruppen.
‘Cruppen topped their group with three wins from three, but Mullaghbawn just edged them out, 0-12 to 0-10.
Forkhill qualified for the quarter-finals as they defeated Pearse Og on Sunday with seven points to spare.
Daire and Conall McGeough were among the goal scorers as Forkhill claimed a 4-13 to 2-12 victory.
Keady eased past St Patrick’s with Tomas Galvin (2), Fionn McGee and Daire Fegan netting in their 4-18 to 1-6 win.