Division 1A & 1B Match Reports – Week Three

Division 1A – Crossmaglen 2-10 Granemore 0-10

Two first half goal from Odhran Kieran and Chris Crowley saw Crossmaglen overcame Granemore on Friday.

Kieran chipped the keeper after six minutes while Crowley blasted his effort right into the top corner.

Eoghan O’Neill pointed at the start before Cross shot ahead through that Kieran goal and a Dara O’Callaghan free.

Reece Butter and O’Neill scored while Karl McQuaid’s effort at goal was punched over by goalkeeper Miceal Murray.

Ronan Fitzpatrick (free) and Conrad Keena pointed either side of Crowley’s major. That left Cross ahead 2-2 to 0-5 at the interval.

Ryan Nugent got Granemore up and running but the Rangers hit back through Callum Cumiskey, O’Callaghan and Fitzpatrick.

Brendan Boylan traded scores with Stephen Morris and Daniel Cumiskey while Callum Cumiskey hit his second.

Michael King and Kieran swapped efforts, as did Alan Farrelly and Nugent to bring the scoring to a close.

A hattrick of goals from Miceal McNamee saw Killeavy earn their first win of the season against Madden.

The Raparees were without the injured Conor Grimley and lost out by five-points in the end, 3-5 to 0-9.

Sean Conlon’s first half goal proved to be the match winner for Silverbridge as they beat Dromintee 1-9 to 0-11.

Clann Eireann defeated Armagh Harps on Friday evening with seven-points to spare at full time, 3-12 to 1-11.

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Division 1B – Maghery 1-12 Ballymacnab 2-9

A late free from Kevin Robinson earned Maghery a share of the spoils against Ballymacnab on Thursday evening.

A late Ryan Watters goal looked to have snatched it for the Nab, but Maghery had the final say on the night.

Watters traded scores with Robinson to kick start the game before Ballymacnab hit three in a row through Watters, Cormac McKee and Pearse Hughes.

Robinson and Shea O’Toole exchanged efforts while Stefan Forker and Ronan Branagh split the posts for Maghery.

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Hughes and Watters fired over scores to bring the first half to a close, with the Nab leading 7-4 at the interval.

Forker and Oisin Cushnahan made it a two-point game before Finnen Maguire split the posts for the visitors.

Steven Fox tied things up with a punch goal, but Dan O’Toole responded immediately with a goal at the other end.

Maghery fought back with five-points on the trot to steal into a two-point lead near the end of the game.

Watters bagged a late three-pointer for the Nab before Robinson sealed a draw with the final kick.

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Division 1B – St Peter’s 0-8 Clan na Gael 1-7

A late James Austin goal secured a two-point victory for Clan na Gael over their Lurgan rivals St Peter’s.

The Whites, playing on home turf, were leading by the minimum of margins when Austin rattled the net.

Mattie Lennon and Brendan O’Hagan opened the scoring while Niall McConville exchanged efforts with Austin.

Barry Creaney and Callum O’Neill cancelled each other out as did O’Hagan and McConville to leave the Clans ahead 5-3 at half time.

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Two brilliant Eugene Doran scored levelled the game before Conan Moore edged St Peter’s ahead.

O’Neill and McConville traded scores before Austin raised the green flag. McConville and Tom Lavery scored late on as Clans held on to win.

Elsewhere, a Niall Loye goal saw Mullaghbawn climb to the top of the table with a 1-8 to 0-8 win over Cullyhanna.

Paul Kingham, Gavin McVerry and Shane Carragher hit the net for Culloville in their 3-11 to 1-11 win over Sarsfields while Kevin McAlinden claimed their goal.

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