Division 3A & 3B Match Reports – Week Eight

Division 3A Round Up

St Michael’s edged out a six-goal Division 3A clash with Lissummon to take home a two-point win, 3-10 to 3-8 in the end.

Emmet O’Malley, John Joe Powell and Brian Caherty all rattled the net for St Michael’s.

Lissummon had three goals scorers of their own on the night as Michael McCaffery, Shea Trainor and Mickey Robinson raised green flags.

McCaffery and Trainor top scored with 1-1 apiece while Shane Mackle hit 0-3. Paudi Rogers, Darren Hughes and Conor Meehan all chipped in with 0-1 each as well.

Collegeland earned their very first win of the season and handed Ballyhegan their first defeat on Friday night.

Oliver Murphy and Shane Donnelly both claimed majors as Paul Doyle’s men won 2-11 to 0-11.

Middletown beat An Port Mor by seven-points on Friday evening, 1-16 to 1-9.

Sean Og McGuinness claimed their goal with the last kick of the game while Mark Curran hit the net for An Port Mor. On Thursday, Forkhill saw off Eire Og 3-13 to 0-11.

St Michael’s edged out a six-goal Division 3A clash with Lissummon to take home a two-point win, 3-10 to 3-8 in the end.
Photo Credit: Colin Molloy

Division 3B Round Up

Thomas Davis extended their winning streak at the top of the Division 3A league table, earning a seventh consecutive victory.

They beat Madden IIs on Friday night with seven-points to spare when the full-time whistle sounded, 1-8 to 0-4.

St Peter’s IIs are currently in second place in the Division 3B league table as they earned their sixth win of the season.

They saw off Dorsey by just two points on Friday evening, winning on a scoreline of 1-15 to 1-13.

A late score from Sean Savage handed Clady a one-point victory over Mullabrack when they clashed on Friday night.

St Michael’s edged out a six-goal Division 3A clash with Lissummon to take home a two-point win, 3-10 to 3-8 in the end.
Photo Credit: Chris Totton

Mullabrack had just nailed a goal, through Ben Rice, to tie things up, but Savage gave Clady the final say.

Liam Doyle gave a man of the match performance for the eventual winners, rattling off a personal tally of 2-6.

Gerard McGeown chipped in with 0-2 on the night while Malachy McGeown also got a score.

Redmond O’Hanlon’s bounced back from Monday’s defeat to St Peter’s IIs as they picked up a 3-14 to 2-6 victory over Killean.

Ben Canavan, Stephen Daly and Adam Canavan all raised green flags for the winning side. Owen Campbell and Shane Cooney struck the goals for Killean.

St Michael’s edged out a six-goal Division 3A clash with Lissummon to take home a two-point win, 3-10 to 3-8 in the end.
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