Division 3A & 3B Match Reports – Week Two

Division 3A – Forkhill 0-8 St Michael’s 0-10

St Michael’s kicked two late points to pick up their first victory of the Division 3A campaign against Forkhill.

The sides were tied 0-8 apiece heading into the final couple of minutes, but St Michael’s did enough to earn the win.

The first half was an extremely tight affair, with Cormac Toner giving the hosts a 4-3 lead after 28 minutes.

St Michael’s slotted over three scores before the short whistle sounded, to give them a 6-4 half time advantage.

Newtown pushed ahead with the first score after the turnaround, but Forkhill got back on level terms. Toner (2) and Odhran Campbell both raised white flags.

The two sides traded scores late in the game before St Michael’s grabbed the final two scores to win the game.

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Ballyhegan saw off Eire Og on home turf with four-points to spare in the end, winning 0-12 to 1-5.

The 2023 Junior Championship Player of the Year James McCormack top scored for the hosts with 0-5.

Mark Hughes (0-3), Kevin McCann (0-2), Michael Hamill and Ben McQuade (both 0-2) chipped in with scores.

Middletown proved too strong for Lissummon as they picked up a six-point triumph, winning 4-7 to 2-7.

Fionnan O’Braonain and Marty Moan hit nets for Middletown while Lissummon claimed two first half goals to see the sides tied at the break.

James Hughes claimed a goal from a 45-metre kick while O’Braonain punched home a second major.

Division 3B – Dorsey 1-9 Clady 0-8

Dorsey picked up their first win of the season as they overcame Clady with four-point to spare in the end.

The home headed into the half time break with a two-point advantage, leading at the halfway mark 0-6 to 0-4.

Aidan Mackin was introduced in the second period and hit claimed the all-important three-pointer for Dorsey.

Liam Doyle top scored on the night for Clady with 0-5 while Colm Savage (0-2) and Gerard McGeown (0-1) also raised white flags.

Thomas Davis continued their fine start to the campaign as they were six-point winners against Killeavy IIs, 1-10 to 0-7.

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