Division 3A & 3B Match Reports – Week Seven

Division 3A Round Up

Ballyhegan edged a seven-goal thriller with Middletown on Friday night to remain at the top of the Division 3A table.

Three points separated the sides by the time the final whistle sounded, with Ballyhegan ahead 4-13 to 3-13.

James McCormack top scored for the victors with 2-7 while Paul Nixon claimed the other two Ballyhegan goals.

For Middletown, it was Fionnan O’Braonain, Johnny Trainor and Joe Mone who raised their green flags.

There were plenty of goals in An Port Mor as well as they saw off Lissummon by seven-points, 4-15 to 4-8.

Ryan Gorman was responsible for two of their majors while Hubert Kopka and Jack Hughes also rattled the net.

Forkhill beat Collegeland on Friday evening, 2-14 to 1-15 while St Michael’s and Eire Og drew 0-13 apiece.

Division 3B Round Up

Thomas Davis picked up their sixth win on the bounce to extend their lead at the top of the Division 3A table.

They overcame Mullabrack on Friday evening with 18-points to spare in the end, winning 2-16 to 0-4.

Given that result, St Peter’s IIs have hopped into second place having earned their fourth win in a row. They beat Killean 2-5 to 5-26.

Gary Mackin, Kevin Kelly, Cathal McCreesh and Martin Hearty all raised green flags for Dorsey as they defeated Killeavy IIs.

Dorsey trailed by ten-points during the first half and were seven behind at the interval. But they produced a second half fightback to win 4-11 to 4-8.

Elsewhere, Redmond O’Hanlon’s proved too strong for Madden IIs on Friday night as they saw out a 3-13 to 2-8 triumph.

Eoin McNally and Daragh McNulty claimed the goals for O’Hanlon’s while Madden’s majors were scored by Caolan Quinn and a Paddy Vallely penalty.

O’Hanlon’s are back in action on Monday night as they travel to Lurgan for their clash with St Peter’s IIs.

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