Division 3A & 3B Match Reports – Week Four

Division 3A Round Up

Middletown remain the team to beat in Division 3A as the picked up their fourth straight win with a1-10 to 0-12 triumph over Collegeland.

Martin Moan slotted home a second half penalty after Ruairi McCann had been fouled. That ultimately decided the contest.

Ballyhegan are the only other team in the division that have yet to taste defeat. They earned their third consecutive win on Friday night, seeing of St Michael’s 5-15 to 2-12.

It’s the second week in a row that Ballyhegan have claimed five majors. They also hit five goals against Forkhill last Friday evening.

James McCormack top scored this week with 2-6 while Mark Hughes claimed a hat trick of goals on the night.

An Port Mor and Lissummon lead the chasing pack at mid table and both experienced wins in their respective contests.

An Port Mor nudged past Forkhill with one point to spare, 0-11 to 0-10, while Lissummon beat Eire Og 0-14 to 0-9.

Middletown remain the team to beat in Division 3A as the picked up their fourth straight win with a1-10 to 0-12 triumph over Collegeland.
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Division 3B Round Up

In Division 3B, Thomas Davis continued their flying form as they overcame Redmond O’Hanlon’s 0-16 to 2-9 on Friday night.

Mullabrack join Thomas Davis at the top of Division 3B and both teams have won all four of their opening league games.

Mullabrack overcame Killeavy IIs on Friday night with just two-points the difference in the end, winning 2-7 to 1-9.

Dorsey currently hold third spot in the table having won two of their four outings which included a 3-8 to 0-6 win over Madden IIs.

St Peter’s IIs picked up their first two points of the campaign when they beat Clady 3-19 to 0-11 on Friday night.

All three goals arrived in the opening half, with Conor Lavery claiming two and Dylan Ward striking the other.

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